Panel Study of Income Dynamics

January 14, 2019
In 1966 and 1967, the government identified 30,000 American households for interviews in an effort to track whether its programs actually worked. Government researchers approached Jim Morgan with the Institute for Social Research to do the research. This eventually led to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics at the university, the longest-running and most complete portrait of the economics of the American family. Read more: myumi.ch/aAVv1