Intended and Unintended Consequences of Prison Reform


credit: The Guardian

A study published in the online issue of Journal of Law, Economics & Organization delves into federal court order outcomes denouncing prison crowding and the effects among states following these orders.

The researchers discovered that court-mandated efforts by the federal government to advance living conditions in state prisons resulted in reduced welfare funding. The research was funded by Rice University and Louisiana State University.


Read the Entire Article





Social Entrepreneurship
Spotlight



“I vote for a social economy” Campaign


“I vote for a social economy” Campaign

The Social Economy Alliance members had launched its I vote for a social economy, a campaign calling for a more social economy in Britain, at an open mic event in Manchester.




Nonprofit Jobs

  Education Jobs
  Executive Director Jobs
  Social Work Jobs
  Substance Abuse Jobs
  Program Director Jobs