Region Focus

2006

 

Summer 2006

Love, Money, and Marriage

There are many reasons why being married makes economic sense. But do they make promoting marriage suitable for public policy?
By Doug Campbell


Related Links

Ooms, Theodora, Stacey Bouchet, and Mary Parke. "Beyond Marriage Licenses: Efforts in States to Strengthen Marriage and Two-Parent Families." Center for Law and Social Policy, April 2004.

Conaway, Carrie. "Chances Aren't." Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Regional Review, Third Quarter 2002, pp. 24-30.

Haskins, Ron and Isabel V. Sawhill. "Work and Marriage: The Way to End Poverty and Welfare." Brookings Institution Welfare Reform and Beyond Policy Brief no. 28, September 2003.

"Marriage and Child Wellbeing." Special Issue of The Future of Children, Fall 2005, vol. 15, no. 2.

The National Marriage Project, University of Virginia

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