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February 4, 2008

New Economic Mobility Project Report on Govn't Spending on Mobility

Economic_mobility_project New Economic Mobility Project Report: How Much Does the Federal Government Spend to Promote Economic Mobility and for Whom?

Abstract: Education, work experience and saving enhance the opportunity for upward economic mobility. To this end, many federal investments aim to enhance economic mobility. But exactly how much does the federal government encourage economic mobility? What form does the encouragement take? And who benefits from these efforts?


-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

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