Social Targeting in Community Development
Paul R. Dommel looks at the distribution of program benefits among income groups over the first four years of the community development block grant program. He finds that benefits to lower-income groups increased as the program progressed but concludes that further large increases in benefits to the lower income groups are unlikely.
Federal-Local Relations Under Block Grants, Richard P. Nathan and Paul R. Dommel
Monitoring the Block Grant Program for Community Development, Richard P. Nathan and Paul R. Dommel and Sarah F. Liebschutz, Milton D. Morris
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