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How Pension Reforms Neglect States' Recruitment and Retention Goa...

养老金改革如何忽视各州的招聘和留用目标

【作       者】:

Richard W.Johnson、C.Eugene Ste...

【机       构】: 城市研究所
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【原文地址】: https://www.urban.org/research/publication/new-york-noncustodial-parent-eitc-its-impact-child-support-payments-and-employment
【发表时间】:

2012-07-16

摘要

In 2006, New York instituted a noncustodial parent earned income tax credit (NCP EITC) to encourage low-income noncustodial parents to work and pay child support. This study examines the credits impacts through 2009. We use a regression discontinuity approach exploiting a drop in NCP EITC eligibility when taxpayers youngest children turn 18, and find the NCP EITC increased the proportion of noncustodial parents paying their child support in full by approximately 1 percentage point. Effects were stronger among parents with low child support orders. Our estimates may represent upper-bound impacts, but reflect only the first four years of implementation.

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