Income Management Evaluations - What do we now know? Placing the findings of the evaluation of new income management in the Northern Territory incontext
‘Income management’ programs, restricting the way in which some recipients of government transfers can spend this money, have operated in Australia since 2007. The nature of the programs implemented varies considerably, including the mix of voluntary and compulsory elements, and differences in the scope and nature of targeting. A number of evaluations and other studies of these programs have been made. The methodologies of these have varied, as has the specific set of subprograms they have...[Show more]
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