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000033877 245__ $$aUNDERSTANDING THE FOOD STAMP BENEFIT FORMULA: A TOOL FOR MEASURING THE COMPONENT EFFECTS
000033877 260__ $$c2001
000033877 269__ $$a2001
000033877 270__ $$mpwilde@ers.usda.gov$$pWilde,   Parke
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000033877 336__ $$aReport
000033877 446__ $$aEnglish
000033877 490__ $$aFood Assistance and Nutrition Research Report Number 14
000033877 520__ $$aThis report develops an accounting tool for measuring how the average benefit amount in the U.S. Food Stamp Program is affected by each major component of the rules that determine the benefit level. This tool is used to compare the benefits received by different subpopulations, distinguished by poverty level, demographic makeup, household size, and region of the country. This simple decomposition complements more complex tools, such as microsimulation methods, which help policy analysts understand and evaluate the effects of detailed Food Stamp Program regulations.
000033877 650__ $$aFood Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety
000033877 650__ $$aFood Security and Poverty
000033877 6531_ $$aFood Stamp Program
000033877 6531_ $$abenefit formula
000033877 6531_ $$aincome
000033877 6531_ $$ahousehold size
000033877 6531_ $$apoverty status
000033877 6531_ $$adeductions
000033877 700__ $$aWilde, Parke E.
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000033877 982__ $$gUnited States Department of Agriculture>Economic Research Service>Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Reports
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