This policy brief explains why policymakers and practitioners should manage the child support obligations of incarcerated and re-entering men to help them maintain regular employment, limit participation in the underground economy, reduce recidivism, and provide steady support to their children over time. (author abstract)
Staying in jobs and out of the underground: Child support policies that encourage legitimate work
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