|1978||Burtless, Gary and David Greenberg||“The Limited Duration of Income Maintenance Experiments and its Implications for Estimating Labor Supply Effects of Transfer Programs.”||
Technical Analysis Paper No. 15. Office of Income Security Policy, Department of Health Education and Welfare (October).
|1978||Michael, Robert||“The Consumption Studies.”||
Welfare in Rural Areas: The North Carolina-Iowa Income Maintenance Experiment, John Palmer and Joseph Pechman, eds. 149-171. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.
|1978||Thoits, Peggy||“Income Maintenance, Life Changes, and Psychological Distress: Implications for the Life Events Theory.”||
Research Memorandum No. 66. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International (July).
|1978||Burtless, Gary and Jerry A. Hausman||“The Effect of Taxation on Labor Supply: Evaluating the Gary Negative Income Tax Experiments.”||
The Journal of Political Economy 86, no. 6: 1103-1130 (December).
|1978||Keeley, Michael C., Philip Robins, Robert Spiegelman, and R. West||“The Labor Supply Effects and Costs of Alternative Negative Income Tax Programs.”||
Journal of Human Resources 13 (Winter): 3-36.
|1978||Thoits, Peggy, and Michael T. Hannan||“Income and Psychological Distress: Evidence from the Seattle and Denver Income Maintenance Experiments.”||
Research Memorandum No. 50. Center for the Study of Welfare Policy, SRI International (March).
|1978||Ferber, Robert and Werner Hirsch||"Social Experimentation and Economic Policy: A Survey.”||
Journal of Economic Literature 16: 1379-1414
|1978||U.S. Senate||"Welfare Research and Experimentation: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Public Assistance of the Committee on Finance"||
United States Senate. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office (November).
|1978||Aaron, Henry and John Todd||The Use of Income Maintenance Experiment Findings in Public Policy, 1977-78||
Industrial Relations Research Association Series, Proceedings of the Thirty-First Annual Meeting: 46-56 (August).
|1977||Metcalf, Charles||“Predicting the Effects of Permanent Programs from a Limited Duration Experiment.”||
The New Jersey Income-Maintenance Experiment Volume III: The Impact on Expenditures, Health, and Social Behavior, and the Quality of the Evidence. Watts, Harold W. and Albert Rees (eds.) New York: Academic Press: 375-399.