Publications List by Topic

  • R. Fischer, E. R. Anthony and S. J. Kim, “The association between elevated blood lead and school readiness among children attending universal pre-kindergarten in Cleveland.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2015).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. R. Anthony, S. J. Kim, M. Blue, and N. Lalich, “Early childhood influences on school readiness.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2015).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. Anthony and S. J. Kim, “Predictive ability of KRA‐L on third grade reading proficiency in Cleveland.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Child Poverty – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Birth Outcomes – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Early Care and Education – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Child Maltreatment – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County School Readiness – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Health Insurance – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • “Cuyahoga County Lead Exposure – Early Childhood Data Brief.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • C. Coulton and D. Beimers, “Do employment and type of exit influence child maltreatment among families leaving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families?” Children and Youth Services Review, 33.7 (2011): 1112-1119.

 

  • C. Collins, “Child welfare and domestic violence workers’ cultural models of domestic violence: An in-depth examination.” In J. Weis & H. Haldane (Eds.), Anthropology at the Front Lines of Gender-Based Violence, pp. 107-128. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press (2011).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Coulton, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County 2010 Child Well-Being & Tracking Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2010).

 

  • C. Collins, “How are children faring in this economy? A look at family homelessness.” Policy Brief 16. Cleveland, OH: Schubert Center for Child Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • C. Collins and W. W. Dressler, “Cultural consensus and cultural diversity: Human service professionals’ models of domestic violence.” Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2.4 (2009): 362-387.

 

  • C. Collins, C. Coulton and S. Kim, “Family homelessness in Cuyahoga County.” Briefly Stated, 09-03. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Coulton, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County 2009 Child Well-Being & Tracking Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • R. Fischer and C. Coulton, “School Readiness and Early Grade Success in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.” Local Policy Research and Advocacy Support Project. Annie E. Casey Foundation (2008).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Coulton, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County 2008 Child Well-Being & Tracking Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2008).

 

  • C. Coulton and D. Crampton, “The benefits of life table analysis for describing disproportionality.” Child Welfare, 87.2 (2008): 189-202.

 

  • C. Coulton, D. Crampton, M. Irwin, J. Spilsbury, and J. Korbin, “How neighborhoods influence child maltreatment: A review of the literature and alternative pathways.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 31.11-12 (2007): 1117-1142.

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Coulton, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County 2007 Child Well-Being & Tracking Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2007).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Coulton, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County Invest in Children 2006 Child Well-Being & Tracking Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2006).

 

  • C. Coulton, W. Sabol and E. Polousky, “Measuring child maltreatment risk in communities: A life table approach.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 28.9 (2004): 967-983.

 

  • C. Coulton, J. Korbin, H. Lindstrom-Ufuti, and J. Spilsbury, “Neighborhood views on the definition and etiology of child maltreatment.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 24.12 (2000): 1509-1527.

 

  • R. Fischer, E. Anthony and N. Lalich, “Addressing the early childhood mental health needs of families: Evaluating child outcomes.” Journal of Social Service Research, 40.5 (2014): 721-737.

 

  • R. Fischer, E. R. Anthony, N. Lalich, and M. Blue, “Early Childhood Mental Health Services: Outcome Evaluation Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • R. Fischer, N. Lalich and M. Blue, “Early Childhood Mental Health Services: Outcome Evaluation Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2012).

 

  • R. Fischer and P. Hardy, “Early Childhood Mental Health Services: Results from an Outcome Evaluation.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2011).

 

  • R. Fischer, “Early Childhood Mental Health Retrospective Study.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2007).

 

  • D. Crampton, C. Usher, J. Wildfire, D. Webster, and S. Cuccaro-Alamin, “Does community and family engagement enhance permanency for children in foster care? Findings from an evaluation of the Family to Family Initiative.” Child Welfare, 90.4 (2011): 61-77.

 

  • D. Crampton and T. M. Crea, “The context of program implementation and evaluation: A pilot study of interorganizational differences to improve child welfare reform efforts.” Children and Youth Services Review, 33.11 (2011): 2273-2281.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, N. Knight, and L. Paine-Wells, “Organizational factors and the implementation of Family to Family: Contextual elements of systems reform.” Child Welfare, 90.2 (2011): 143-161.

 

  • D. Crampton, J. Wildfire and P. Rideout, “Transforming Child Welfare, One Team Decisionmaking Meeting at a Time.” Protecting Children, 25.2 (2010): 40-50.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, A. Abramson-Madden, and C. L. Usher, “Challenges of Street-Level Child Welfare Reform and Technology Transfer: The Case of Team Decisionmaking.” Families in Society, 89.4 (2008): 512-520.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, A. Abramson-Madden, and C. L. Usher, “Variability in the Implementation Fidelity of Team Decisionmaking (TDM), Scope and Compliance with the Family to Family Practice Model.” Children and Youth Services Review, 30.11 (2008): 1221-1222.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Research review: Family group decision making: A promising practice in need of more programme theory and research.” Child and Family Social Work, 12.2 (2007): 202-209.

 

  • D. Crampton and W. L. Jackson, “Family group decision making and disproportionality in foster care: A case study.” Child Welfare, 86.3 (2007): 51-70.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Engaging Families and Communities in the Care and Protection of Children.” The Value of Research, p. 25. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2007).

 

  • D. Crampton, M. Batterson, T. Crea, F. Harris, A. A. Madden, L. Usher, and J. Williams, “Implementing Family to Family.” Baltimore, MD: Report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation (2007).

 

  • D. Crampton, “When do social workers and family members try family group decision making? A process evaluation.” International Journal of Child and Family Welfare, 9.3 (2006): 131-143.
    • Access Here (abstract only)
    • Access Here (full text if a member of ResearchGate)

 

  • D. Crampton and A. Natarajan, “Connections between group work and family meetings in child welfare practice: What can we learn from each other?” Social Work with Groups, 28.1 (2005): 65-79.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Family involvement interventions in child protection: Learning from contextual integrated strategies.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 31.1 (2004): 175-198.

 

  • C. Coulton, D. Crampton, Y. Cho, and S. J. Kim, “Effects of Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Involvement on Early Adult Outcomes: A Study of Cleveland’s Youth.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2016).

 

  • R. Fischer, S. J. Kim and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County/Cleveland Youth Count Initiative 2013: Data on Homeless Youth Under 24 Years of Age.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • R. Fischer, M. A. G. Craven and P. Heilbron, “Putting youth development into practice: Learning from an innovative fellowship program.” Spec. issue of New Directions for Youth Development, 2011.S1 (2011): 77-105.

 

  • D. Crampton, C. Usher, J. Wildfire, D. Webster, and S. Cuccaro-Alamin, “Does community and family engagement enhance permanency for children in foster care? Findings from an evaluation of the Family to Family Initiative.” Child Welfare, 90.4 (2011): 61-77.

 

  • D. Crampton and T. M. Crea, “The context of program implementation and evaluation: A pilot study of interorganizational differences to improve child welfare reform efforts.” Children and Youth Services Review, 33.11 (2011): 2273-2281.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, N. Knight, and L. Paine-Wells, “Organizational factors and the implementation of Family to Family: Contextual elements of systems reform.” Child Welfare, 90.2 (2011): 143-161.

 

  • D. Crampton, J. Wildfire and P. Rideout, “Transforming Child Welfare, One Team Decisionmaking Meeting at a Time.” Protecting Children, 25.2 (2010): 40-50.

 

  • D. Crampton and T. D. Piccola, “Differences in Foster Care Utilization Among Non-Urban Counties.” Journal of Public Child Welfare, 3.3 (2009): 235-253.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, A. Abramson-Madden, and C. L. Usher, “Challenges of Street-Level Child Welfare Reform and Technology Transfer: The Case of Team Decisionmaking.” Families in Society, 89.4 (2008): 512-520.

 

  • D. Crampton, T. M. Crea, A. Abramson-Madden, and C. L. Usher, “Variability in the Implementation Fidelity of Team Decisionmaking (TDM), Scope and Compliance with the Family to Family Practice Model.” Children and Youth Services Review, 30.11 (2008): 1221-1222.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Research review: Family group decision making: A promising practice in need of more programme theory and research.” Child and Family Social Work, 12.2 (2007): 202-209.

 

  • D. Crampton and W. L. Jackson, “Family group decision making and disproportionality in foster care: A case study.” Child Welfare, 86.3 (2007): 51-70.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Engaging Families and Communities in the Care and Protection of Children.” The Value of Research, p. 25. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2007).

 

  • D. Crampton, M. Batterson, T. Crea, F. Harris, A. A. Madden, L. Usher, and J. Williams, “Implementing Family to Family.” Baltimore, MD: Report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation (2007).

 

  • D. Crampton, “When do social workers and family members try family group decision making? A process evaluation.” International Journal of Child and Family Welfare, 9.3 (2006): 131-143.
    • Access Here (abstract only)
    • Access Here (full text if a member of ResearchGate)

 

  • D. Crampton and A. Natarajan, “Connections between group work and family meetings in child welfare practice: What can we learn from each other?” Social Work with Groups, 28.1 (2005): 65-79.

 

  • D. Crampton, “Family involvement interventions in child protection: Learning from contextual integrated strategies.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 31.1 (2004): 175-198.

 

  • R. Fischer, E. R. Anthony and S. J. Kim, “The association between elevated blood lead and school readiness among children attending universal pre-kindergarten in Cleveland.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2015).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. R. Anthony, S. J. Kim, M. Blue, and N. Lalich, “Early childhood influences on school readiness.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2015).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. C. Collins and N. Lalich, “Enhancing child care for children with special needs through technical assistance.” The Journal of Family Strengths, 14.1 (2015): article 9.

 

  • C. Coulton, R. L. Fischer, L. Peterson, and T. R. Bhatta, “Getting ready for school: Piloting universal pre-kindergarten in an urban county.” Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk, 18.2 (2013): 128-140.

 

  • R. Fischer, N. Lalich and C. Coulton, “Cuyahoga County’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten Pilot: Findings from the First Five Years.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • R. Fischer, N. Lalich, E. Johnson, and C. Coulton, “Feasibility Study on Early Childhood Integrated Data System and Web-based Portal.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2012).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Collins, P. Hardy, and N. Lalich, “Invest in Children Special Needs Child Care Consultation Study: Final Report.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2011).

 

  • R. Fischer, “Early Literacy Services: Benefits reported from supports provided to families receiving home visiting.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2010).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. Peisner-Feinberg, D. Bryant, and L. Grayson, “Quality matters- Assessing the quality of early care settings in Cuyahoga County.” Briefly Stated, 09-02. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • R. Fischer, L. Peterson, N. Lalich, and C. Coulton, “Cuyahoga County Universal PreKindergarten Pilot: Preliminary Findings.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • C. Coulton, R. L. Fischer, L. Nelson, and K. Mikelbank, “Space to learn and grow: Assessing the capacity of a regional early care and education system.” Child and Youth Care Forum, 37.2 (2008): 75-86.

 

  • C. Coulton, R. Fischer and N. Lalich, “Taking it to scale: Evaluating the scope and reach of a community-wide initiative on early childhood.” Evaluation and Program Planning, 31.2 (2008): 199-208.

 

  • R. Fischer and C. Coulton, “School Readiness and Early Grade Success in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.” Local Policy Research and Advocacy Support Project. Annie E. Casey Foundation (2008).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. Peisner-Feinberg, D. Bryant, and L. Grayson, “Cuyahoga County Child Care Quality Study.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2008).

 

  • R. Fischer, L. Nelson, K. Mikelbank, and C. Coulton, “Space to learn and grow: early care and education capacity in Cuyahoga County.” Briefly Stated, 07-01. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2007).

 

  • R. Fischer, L. Nelson, K. Mikelbank, and C. Coulton, “Cuyahoga County Early Care & Education Capacity Report.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2006).

 

  • R. Fischer and L. Grayson, “Preliminary Report to Invest in Children on the Evaluation of the Early Learning Grant Activities.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2006).

 

  • Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, “Cuyahoga County Early Childhood Initiative Evaluation: Phase II Final Report.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2005).

 

  • C. Coulton and T. B. Cook, “Changing Patterns of Service Use Among Customers of Cuyahoga County Employment and Family Services: An analysis of participation in OWF, Medicaid, Food Stamps and Child Care.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2005).

 

  • R. Fischer, “Taking the initiative to scale: An evaluation of the Early Childhood Initiative.” Briefly Stated, 03-02. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2003).

 

  • C. Coulton and colleagues, “Cuyahoga County Early Childhood Initiative Evaluation: Phase 1 Final Report.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2003).

 

  • Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Cuyahoga County Early Childhood Initiative Evaluation and Research Project: Interim Report. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton, B. Theodos and R. Pitingolo, “Housing Unit Turnover and the Socioeconomic Mix of Low Income Neighborhoods.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 660.1 (2015): 117-135.

 

  • F. Richter and L. Nelson, “The Prospects of Non‐College Bound Workers in the Fourth District.” A Look Behind the Numbers. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2014).

 

  • F. Richter and L. Nelson, “Distressed Loans in Ohio: Are Loss-Mitigation Tools Easing Distress?” A Look Behind the Numbers, V6.1. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2013).

 

  • F. Richter and B. R. Craig, “Lending Patterns in Poor Neighborhoods.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 95 (2013): 197-206.

 

  • N. Lalich, F. Ford, A. Hirsh, K. Clover, J. Marks, R. Dubin, M. Schramm, T. Chan, et al., “The Role of Investors in The One-To-Three Family REO Market: The Case of Cleveland.” Working Papers W13-12. Cambridge, MA: Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University (2013).

 

  • F. Richter, L. Nelson and M. Petrus, “Neighborhood Recovery and NSP1: Implementation in Select Fourth District Communities.” Community Reinvestment Report, Summer 2011. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2011).

 

  • C. Coulton, M. Schramm, A. Hirsh, D. Vadapalli, D. J. Van Grol, and K. M. Nelson, “Stalling the Foreclosure Process: The Complexity Behind Bank Walkaways.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2011).

 

  • F. Richter and L. Nelson, “Mortgage Delinquencies in Ohio: Are Loan Modifications Stemming the Tide?” A Look Behind the Numbers, V3.1. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2010).

 

  • C. Coulton and T. B. Cook, “Changing Patterns of Service Use Among Customers of Cuyahoga County Employment and Family Services: An analysis of participation in OWF, Medicaid, Food Stamps and Child Care.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2005).

 

  • C. Coulton, C. Pasqualone, N. Bania, T. Martin, and N. Lalich, “Continuation and Longitudinal Retention of Food Stamps and Medicaid Benefits among Welfare Leavers.” Special Topics in Welfare Reform, Report No. 2. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • R. Fischer, S. Koroukian, K. Offutt, E. Polousky, and C. Coulton, “Healthy Start/Medicaid Study.” Ch. 7 in Cuyahoga County Early Childhood Initiative Evaluation: Phase I Final Report. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2003).

 

  • R. Fischer, S. J. Kim and N. Lalich, “Cuyahoga County/Cleveland Youth Count Initiative 2013: Data on Homeless Youth Under 24 Years of Age.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • C. Collins, “How are children faring in this economy? A look at family homelessness.” Policy Brief 16. Cleveland, OH: Schubert Center for Child Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • C. Collins, C. Coulton and S. Kim, “Family homelessness in Cuyahoga County.” Briefly Stated, 09-03. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • R. Fischer, G. M. Glisson and B. A. Thyer, “Serving the homeless: Evaluating the effectiveness of homeless shelter services.” Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 28.4 (2001): 89-97.

 

  • R. Fischer, “Toward self-sufficiency: An evaluation of a transitional housing program for homeless families.” Policy Studies Journal, 28.2 (2000): 402-420.

 

  • C. Coulton, B. Theodos and A. Budde, “Getting to Better Performing Schools: The role of residential mobility in school attainment in low-income neighborhoods.” Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 16.1 (2014): 61-84.

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Colabanichi, A. E. Kinesella, and S. M. Moore, “Utilization and physical activity levels at renovated and unrenovated playgrounds.” Preventive Medicine, 48.2 (2009): 140-143.

 

  • M. Joseph and J. Feldman, “Creating and sustaining successful mixed-income communities: Conceptualizing the role of schools.” Education and Urban Society, 41.6 (2009): 623-652.

 

  • F. Richter and B. W. Brorsen, “Aggregate vs. Disaggregate Data in the Measurement of School Quality.” Journal of Productivity Analysis, 25.3 (2006): 277-287.

 

  • R. Fischer, “School-based support: Evidence from an exploratory field study.” Families in Society, 84.3 (2003): 339-347.

 

  • F. Richter, C. Jacques and B. W. Brorsen, “Consolidating Rural School Districts: Potential Savings and Effects on Student Achievement.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 32.3 (2000): 573‐583.

 

  • F. Richter and L. Nelson, “The Prospects of Non‐College Bound Workers in the Fourth District.” A Look Behind the Numbers. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2014).

 

  • C. Coulton and D. Beimers, “Do employment and type of exit influence child maltreatment among families leaving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families?” Children and Youth Services Review, 33.7 (2011): 1112-1119.

 

  • C. Coulton, Y. Lim and N. Lalich, “State TANF policies and employment outcomes among welfare leavers.” Social Science Review, 83.4 (2009): 525-555.

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania and L. Leete, “Job access, employment, and earnings: outcomes for welfare leavers in an urban labor market.” Urban Studies, 45.11 (2008): 2179-2202.

 

  • R. Fischer and D. Beimers, “Pathways to employment: The experiences of TANF recipients with employment services agencies in the journey from welfare to work.” Families in Society, 88.3 (2007): 391-400.

 

  • C. Coulton, R. Fischer, D. Beimers, and E. Polousky, “Pathways to Employment: Experiences of TANF Recipients with Contracted Employment Services Agencies in Cuyahoga County.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2006).

 

  • C. Coulton and T. B. Cook, “Changing Patterns of Service Use Among Customers of Cuyahoga County Employment and Family Services: An analysis of participation in OWF, Medicaid, Food Stamps and Child Care.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2005).

 

  • C. Coulton, S. Likfeldt and N. Lalich, “How are they Managing? A follow up of welfare leavers in the recession.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2005).
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  • C. Coulton, “Metropolitan inequalities and the ecology of work: Implications for welfare reform.” Social Service Review, 77.2 (2003): 159-190.

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania and L. Leete, “Public housing assistance, public transportation, and the Welfare-to-Work transition.” CityScape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 6.2 (2003): 7-44.

 

  • C. Coulton, Y. Lim, T. Cook, and N. Lalich, “Did Welfare Leavers’ Employment Levels and Job Characteristics Change During TANF Implementation? An analysis using SIPP 1996-2000.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2003).

 

  • M. Joseph, “The impact of arrests on earnings: Evidence from the national youth survey.” Chicago Policy Review, 7.1 (2003): 47-60.

 

  • C. Coulton, T. Brock, A. London, D. Polit, L. Richburg-Hayes, E. Scott, and N. Verma, “Welfare reform in Cleveland: Implementation, effects, and experiences of poor families and neighborhoods.” New York: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (2002).

 

  • C. Coulton, C. Pasqualone, N. Bania, T. Martin, N. Lalich, T. Cook, and C. Kim, “How are they managing? A six month retrospective of Cuyahoga County families leaving welfare.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2002).

 

  • C. Coulton, “Neighborhoods and welfare reform.” Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 25 (2001): 41-55.

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania, N. Lalich, T. Martin, M. Newburn, and C. Pasqualone, “A comparison of time limited and non-time limited welfare leavers in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania, L. Leete, and T. Cook, “The effect of job accessibility and neighborhood characteristics in employment stability of welfare leavers in an urban labor market.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton, C. Pasqualone, N. Bania, T. Martin, and N. Lalich, “Continuation and Longitudinal Retention of Food Stamps and Medicaid Benefits among Welfare Leavers.” Special Topics in Welfare Reform, Report No. 2. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton, C. Pasqualone, T. Martin, N. Bania, N. Lalich, and L. Nelson, “Issues of housing affordability and hardship among Cuyahoga County families leaving welfare: Quarter 4, 1998-quarter 3, 1999.” Special Topics in Welfare Reform, Report No. 1. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton and N. Verma, “Monitoring Outcomes for Cuyahoga County’s Welfare Leavers: How Are They Faring?.” New York: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (2001).

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania and L. Leete, “Welfare reform and access to job opportunities in the Cleveland metropolitan area.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2000).

 

 

  • C. Coulton, B. Theodos and R. Pitingolo, “Housing Unit Turnover and the Socioeconomic Mix of Low Income Neighborhoods.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 660.1 (2015): 117-135.

 

  • R. Fischer, J. Theurer, E. Pike, A. Sehgal, and C. Collins, “The Community Research Scholars Initiative: A mid-project assessment.” Clinical and Translational Science, 8.4 (2015): 341-346.

 

  • C. Coulton, M. Z. Jennings and T. Chan, “How big is my neighborhood? Individual and contextual effects on perceptions of neighborhood scale.” American Journal of Community Psychology, 51.1 (2013): 140-150.

 

  • M. Chupp, “Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition: A Way Forward.” Cleveland, OH: Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (2013).

 

  • R. Fischer, M. Joseph, M. Chupp, A. Hirsh, and T. Gress, “The Community Builders, Inc. Community Life Initiative: Learning and Evaluation Year 2 Report.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • M. Chupp, R. Fischer, M. Joseph, A. Hirsh, and T. Gress, “Baseline Household Survey: August/September 2012.” The Community Builders, Inc. Community Life Initiative at Cascade Village. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • C. Coulton, B. Theodos and M. A. Turner, “Residential mobility and neighborhood change: Real neighborhoods under the microscope.” Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 14.3 (2012): 55-90.

 

  • C. Coulton, J. Spilsbury and J. E. Korbin, “‘Subjective’ and ‘objective’ views of neighborhood danger & well-being: The importance of multiple perspectives and mixed methods.” Child Indicators Research, 5.3 (2012): 469-482.

 

  • C. Coulton, “Defining neighborhoods for research and policy.” Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 14.2 (2012): 195-200.

 

  • R. Fischer, M. Joseph and A. Hirsh, “The Community Builders, Inc. Ways & Means Initiative: Learning and Evaluation Year 1 Report.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2012).

 

  • C. Coulton, T. Chan and K. Mikelbank, “Finding place in community change initiatives: Using GIS to uncover resident perceptions of their neighborhoods.” Journal of Community Practice, 19.1 (2011): 10-28.

 

  • M. Chupp, N. Krumholz, D. Keating, and P. Star, “The Long Term Impact of CDCs on Urban Neighborhoods: Case Studies of Cleveland’s Broadway-Slavic and Tremont Neighborhoods.” Community Development, 37.4 (2006): 33-52.

 

  • C. Coulton, W. Sabol and J. Korbin, “Building community capacity for violence prevention.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19.3 (2004): 322-340.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and J. Levy, “Voices from the empowerment zones: Insights about launching large-scale community revitalization initiatives.” Baltimore, MD: The Annie E. Casey Foundation (2002).

 

  • C. Coulton, “Neighborhoods and welfare reform.” Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 25 (2001): 41-55.

 

  • C. Coulton, J. Korbin, T. Chan, and M. Su, “Mapping residents’ perceptions of neighborhood boundaries: A methodological note.” American Journal of Community Psychology, 29.2 (2001): 371-383.

 

  • C. Coulton, J. Spilsbury and J. Korbin, “Mapping children’s neighborhood perceptions: Implications for child indicators.” Child Indicators Research, 2.2 (2009): 111-131.

 

  • C. Coulton and M. Irwin, “Parental and community level correlates of participation in out-of-school activities among children living in low income neighborhoods.” Children and Youth Services Review, 31.3 (2009): 300-308.
  • R. Fischer and C. Coulton, “Inform, Influence, Impact– The Role of Research in Supporting a Community’s Commitment to Its Children.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • C. Coulton, D. Crampton, M. Irwin, J. Spilsbury, and J. Korbin, “How neighborhoods influence child maltreatment: A review of the literature and alternative pathways.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 31.11-12 (2007): 1117-1142.

 

  • C. Coulton and J. E. Korbin, “Indicators of a child’s well-being through a neighborhood lens.” Social Indicators Research, 84.3 (2007): 349-361.

 

  • C. Coulton, W. Sabol and E. Polousky, “Measuring child maltreatment risk in communities: A life table approach.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 28.9 (2004): 967-983.

 

  • C. Coulton, J. Korbin, H. Lindstrom-Ufuti, and J. Spilsbury, “Neighborhood views on the definition and etiology of child maltreatment.” Child Abuse and Neglect, 24.12 (2000): 1509-1527.

 

  • C. C. Collins, D. Rothstein and D. Taylor, “Broken homes, broken dreams: Families’ experiences with foreclosure.” Briefly Stated, 13-03. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • C. Coulton, M. Schramm, A. Hirsh, D. Vadapalli, D. J. Van Grol, and K. M. Nelson, “Stalling the Foreclosure Process: The Complexity Behind Bank Walkaways.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2011).

 

  • C. Coulton, K. Hexter, M. Schramm, A. Hirsh, and F. Richter, “Facing the Foreclosure Crisis in Greater Cleveland: What happened and how communities are responding.”Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Report. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2010).

 

  • C. Coulton, M. Schramm and A. Hirsh, “Beyond REO: Property Transfers at Extremely Distressed Prices, Cuyahoga County, 2005-2008.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2008).

 

  • C. Coulton, K. Mikelbank and M. Schramm, “Pathways to Foreclosure: A Longitudinal Study of Mortgage Loans, Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, 2005-2008.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2008).

 

  • C. Coulton, T. Chan, K. Mikelbank, and M. Schramm, “Foreclosure and Beyond: A report on ownership and housing values following sheriff’s sales, Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, 2000-2007.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2008).

 

  • C. Collins, “How are children faring in this economy? A look at family homelessness.” Policy Brief 16. Cleveland, OH: Schubert Center for Child Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2009).

 

  • C. Coulton, N. Bania and L. Leete, “Public housing assistance, public transportation, and the Welfare-to-Work transition.” CityScape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 6.2 (2003): 7-44.

 

  • C. Coulton, C. Pasqualone, T. Martin, N. Bania, N. Lalich, and L. Nelson, “Issues of housing affordability and hardship among Cuyahoga County families leaving welfare: Quarter 4, 1998-quarter 3, 1999.” Special Topics in Welfare Reform, Report No. 1. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • R. Fischer, G. M. Glisson and B. A. Thyer, “Serving the homeless: Evaluating the effectiveness of homeless shelter services.” Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 28.4 (2001): 89-97.

 

  • R. Fischer, “Toward self-sufficiency: An evaluation of a transitional housing program for homeless families.” Policy Studies Journal, 28.2 (2000): 402-420.

 

  • R. Fischer, H. Aungst, M. Ruhe, K. Stange, T. M. Allan, E. A. Borawski, C. K. Drummond, R. Fry, E. Kahana, J. A. Lalumandier, M. Mehlman, and S. M. Moore, “Boundary spanning and health: Invitation to a learning community.” London Journal of Primary Care, 4.2 (2012): 109-115.

 

  • R. Fischer and P. Hardy, “Promoting a Medical Home: Findings from Pilot Work in Two Sites.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2010).

 

  • R. Fischer, B. R. Yung, P. J. Leahy, K. Kaltenthaler, E. J. Mundy, M. Baughman, D. Banks, L. Deason, F. Perkins, C. Clasen, M. Sharma, and J. Jadwin, “Capacity-building Needs of Minority Health Service Provider Organizations.” Ohio Commission on Minority Health (2007).
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  • R. Fischer, S. Koroukian, K. Offutt, E. Polousky, and C. Coulton, “Healthy Start/Medicaid Study.” Ch. 7 in Cuyahoga County Early Childhood Initiative Evaluation: Phase I Final Report. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2003).

 

  • C. Coulton, K. L. S. Pettit and G. T. Kingsley, “Neighborhoods and Health: Building Evidence for Local Policy.” Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (2003).

 

  • C. Coulton, T. Cook and N. Colabianchi, “Ohio inner city health profile.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case Western Reserve University (2001).

 

  • R. Fischer, E. Anthony and N. Lalich, “Newborn Home Visiting: Outcome Evaluation Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • R. Fischer, A. Nevar, L. Cuttler, P. Hardy, N. Lalich, and T. Chan, “Home Visiting Needs Assessment- State-wide Survey of Home Visiting Programs.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2010).

 

 

  • M. Chupp and M. L. Joseph, “East Cleveland Perceptions and Connections: Baseline Survey, Case Western Reserve University.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • R. Fischer, C. Collins and P. Sage, “East Cleveland Teen Collaborative Evaluation: Final Report.” Report submitted to Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2014).

 

  • R. Fischer and C. Collins, “East Cleveland Teen Collaborative: Evaluation Report on Years 1 and 2.” Report submitted to Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • R. Fischer and C. Collins, “Cleveland Botanical Garden Green Corps Evaluation – Evaluation Update.” Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • M. Chupp and D. G. Harris, “Service Learning in Community Development: Partnering in East Cleveland.” Briefly Stated, 10-01. Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2010).

 

  • M. Chupp and M. L. Joseph, “Getting the most out of service learning: Maximizing student, university, and community impact.” Journal of Community Practice, 18.2 (2010): 190-212.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “Contested space: Design principles and regulatory regimes in mixed-income communities replacing public housing complexes in Chicago.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 660.1 (2015): 136-154.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, A. T. Khare and R. J. Chaskin, “The enduring significance of race in mixed-income developments.” Urban Affairs Review, 51.4 (2015): 474-503.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and T. H. Gress, “Resident services in mixed-income developments: State of the Field Scan #2.” Cleveland, OH: National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2015).

 

  • M. L. Joseph with The Urban Institute, “Choice Neighborhoods: Baseline Report.” Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (2014).

 

  • M. L. Joseph, “Mixed-income symposium summary and response: Implications for antipoverty policy.” Cityscape, 15.2 (2013): 215-221.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, R. J. Chaskin and F. Sichling, “Youth in mixed-income communities: Context, dynamics, and response.” Cities, 35 (2013): 423-431.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and T. H. Gress, “Social dynamics in mixed-income developments: State of the Field Scan #1.” Cleveland, OH: National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University (2013).

 

  • M. L. Joseph with The Urban Institute, “Developing Choice Neighborhoods: An Early Look at Implementation in Five Sites. Interim Report.” Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (2013).

 

  • M. L. Joseph, N. McCormick and R. J. Chaskin, “The new stigma of relocated public housing residents: Challenges to social identity in mixed-income developments.” City and Community, 11.3 (2013): 285-308.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, R. J Chaskin and A. T. Khare, “Participation, deliberation, and decision-making: The dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in mixed-income developments.” Urban Affairs Review, 48.6 (2012): 863-906.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “‘Positive’ gentrification, social inclusion, and the ‘right to the city’ in mixed-income communities: Use and expectations of space and place.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37.2 (2012): 280-302.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “Mixed-income developments and low rates of return: Insights from relocated public housing residents in Chicago.” Housing Policy Debate, 22.3 (2012): 377-406.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, R. J. Chaskin, S. Voelker, and A. Dworsky, “Public housing transformation and resident relocation: Comparing destinations and household characteristics in Chicago.” Cityscape, 14.1 (2012): 183-214.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “Social interactions in mixed-income developments: Relational expectations and emerging reality.” Journal of Urban Affairs, 32.2 (2011): 209-237.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “Living in a mixed-income development: Resident perceptions of the benefits and disadvantages of two developments in Chicago.” Urban Studies, 47.11 (2010): 2347-2366.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, “Creating mixed-income developments in Chicago: Developer and service provider perspectives.” Housing Policy Debate, 20.1 (2010): 91-118.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and R. J. Chaskin, “Building ‘community’ in mixed-income developments: Assumptions, approaches, and early experiences.” Urban Affairs Review, 45.3 (2010): 299-335.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, R. E. Smith, G. T. Kingsley, M. K. Cunningham, S. J. Popkin, K. Dumlao, I. G. Ellen, and D. McKoy, “Monitoring success in choice neighborhoods: A proposed approach to performance measurement.” Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (2010).

 

  • M. L. Joseph and J. Feldman, “Creating and sustaining successful mixed-income communities: Conceptualizing the role of schools.” Education and Urban Society, 41.6 (2009): 623-652.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, “Early resident experiences at a new mixed-income development in Chicago.” Journal of Urban Affairs, 30.3 (2008): 229-257.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, R. J. Chaskin and H. S. Webber, “The theoretical basis for addressing poverty through mixed-income development.” Urban Affairs Review, 42.3 (2007): 369-409.

 

  • M. L. Joseph, “Is mixed-income development and antidote to urban poverty?” Housing Policy Debate, 17.2 (2006): 209-234.

 

  • M. L. Joseph and J. Levy, “Voices from the empowerment zones: Insights about launching large-scale community revitalization initiatives.” Baltimore, MD: The Annie E. Casey Foundation (2002).