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Gentrification And The Health Of Low-Income Children In New York City.
Although the pace of gentrification has accelerated in cities across the US, little is known about the health consequences of growing up in gentrifying neighborhoods. We used New York State MedicaidExpand
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Seeing and Hearing: The Impacts of New York City's Universal Prekindergarten Program on the Health of Low-Income Children
We examine the effect of New York City's universal pre-kindergarten program (UPK) on the health and utilization of children enrolled in Medicaid using a difference-in-regression-discontinuitiesExpand
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BUILDING CAPACITY TO ASSESS LONGITUDINAL OUTCOMES AND HEALTH EXPENDITURES FOR CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Congress, American College of Cardiology, and American Heart Association have all defined longitudinal follow-up and resource utilization forExpand
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Does Gentrification Displace Poor Children? New Evidence from New York City Medicaid Data
The pace of gentrification has accelerated in cities across the country since 2000, and many observers fear it is displacing low-income populations from their homes and communities. We offer newExpand
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Does gentrification displace poor children and their families? New evidence from medicaid data in New York City
Abstract The pace of gentrification has accelerated in cities across the country since 2000, and many observers fear that it is displacing low-income populations from their homes and communities. WeExpand
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Seeing and Hearing: The Impacts of New York City’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program on the Health of Low-Income Children
We examine the effect of New York City’s universal pre-kindergarten program (UPK) on the health and utilization of children enrolled in Medicaid using a difference-in-regression- discontinuitiesExpand
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Identifying New York City Neighborhoods at Risk of Being Overlooked for Interventions
Public health agencies are often faced with difficult decisions about where and how to allocate funding and resources. This question of resource allocation is central to public health policy;Expand
Renovating Subsidized Housing: The Impact On Tenants' Health.
Many public and subsidized housing developments in the US are aging and in need of significant repairs. Some observers worry that their poor condition threatens the health of residents. We evaluatedExpand
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