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On the Evidence

By MATHEMATICA

A podcast hosted by Mathematica’s J.B. Wogan that examines what we know about today’s most urgent challenges and how we can make progress in addressing them. Reimagining the way the world gathers and uses data, Mathematica uncovers the evidence that offers our partners the confidence and clarity they need to find out what can be done, how to make it happen, and where to go next.

  1. 1.
    Customized Employment for Workers with Disabilities02/26/2020
    29:51
  2. 2.
    Communicating About Your Policy Research02/12/2020
    31:21
  3. 3.
    What the Next Generation of Policy Researchers Is Studying01/29/2020
    1:18:37
  4. 4.
    Child Food Insecurity and Home Delivered Food Boxes01/08/2020
    27:15
  5. 5.
    What If the U.S. Mandated Paid Family Leave?12/20/2019
    21:25
  6. 6.
    Soda Taxes in U.S. Cities12/18/2019
    39:52
  7. 7.
    Low Cost Experiments in Local Government12/11/2019
    45:58
  8. 8.
    Indigenous Communities and Policy Research11/25/2019
    18:58
  1. 9.
    Nudging Students to Enroll in College11/21/2019
    22:04
  2. 10.
    Policy Labs: Research for State and Local Government11/19/2019
    38:06
  3. 11.
    Opioid Use by Disability Insurance Applicants11/09/2019
    20:20
  4. 12.
    Paid Leave and Labor Force Detachment11/08/2019
    12:18
  5. 13.
    Engaging Diverse Perspectives in Policy Research11/06/2019
    26:59
  6. 14.
    Embracing the Emotional Aspects of Policy Research10/30/2019
    21:22
  7. 15.
    A Progress Report on States' Use of Data and Evidence10/04/2019
    17:31
  8. 16.
    The Complex Relationship Between Changing Work Schedules, Child Care, and Child Well-Being09/25/2019
    21:39
  9. 17.
    How Can We Help Workers with Medical Conditions Stay Employed?09/11/2019
    30:29
  10. 18.
    What Doctors Need to Fulfill the Promise of Electronic Health Records08/14/2019
    33:53
  11. 19.
    "Forever Chemicals" in Drinking Water and Their Potential Effects on Health07/31/2019
    20:45
  12. 20.
    Siloed, Incomplete and Neglected: The Trouble with State Administrative Data and What to Do About It07/17/2019
    24:49
  13. 21.
    Federal Efforts to Overhaul the Way We Pay for Primary Care, Explained06/19/2019
    38:07
  14. 22.
    It Shouldn’t Read Like a Crime Novel: Lessons from a Project to Summarize Useful Research for Police06/05/2019
    36:21
  15. 23.
    To Help Philadelphia’s Workforce, This Nonprofit Had to Take a Look at Itself First05/22/2019
    28:52
  16. 24.
    Boston Invites Community to Set a 'Civic' Research Agenda05/08/2019
    29:36
  17. 25.
    What Do We Know About Patients with High Costs and High Needs?04/24/2019
    33:35
  18. 26.
    The Case for Increasing the Number of Black Women in Economics04/09/2019
    24:56
  19. 27.
    Do Suspensions Affect Student Outcomes?03/27/2019
    15:35
  20. 28.
    A How-to Guide on Using Evidence in City Policymaking03/12/2019
    16:48
  21. 29.
    How a County Agency Engaged More Clients in Its Employment Assistance Program02/26/2019
    16:02
  22. 30.
    What If More Local Governments Invested in Outcomes?02/11/2019
    34:48
  23. 31.
    Mathematica Launches New Podcast: On the Evidence02/06/2019
    2:26
  24. 32.
    White Paper Discussion of the Week08/28/2018
    14:54
  25. 33.
    A Meta-Analysis of 15 Within-Study-Comparisons | JPAM Featured Article03/26/2018
    13:26
  26. 34.
    Program Evaluation <3's Technology03/07/2018
    31:41
  27. 35.
    Mel Podcast01/30/2018
    35:21
  28. 36.
    Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning for International Development Programs12/04/2017
    39:58
  29. 37.
    The Negative Income Tax Experiments11/30/2017
    0:41
  30. 38.
    Tools for Evidence Podcast Takes a Closer Look at RCT-YES and the RCE Coach05/25/2017
    5:45
  31. 39.
    How Does the Doctor-Patient Relationship Affect Decision Making?03/07/2017
    6:30
  32. 40.
    Innovations in care coordination and supports for people with disabilities02/22/2017
    10:00
  33. 41.
    How Behavioral Insights Can Help Policymakers Improve Programs11/29/2016
    8:46
  34. 42.
    Divorce and Women’s Retirement11/14/2016
    7:29
  35. 43.
    Who Has More Effective Teachers?11/03/2016
    8:25
  36. 44.
    America’s Investment in Health IT09/26/2016
    9:29
  37. 45.
    Reporting on Pathways to Health Coverage04/12/2016
    6:53
  38. 46.
    The Changing Role of Public Health in a Post-ACA Era03/27/2016
    6:17
  39. 47.
    Delivering Good Data in Developing Countries03/10/2016
    6:11
  40. 48.
    Helping Accountable Care Organizations Learn from One Another02/22/2016
    6:36
  41. 49.
    Improving Health Care for Children: Lessons from the States02/04/2016
    10:42
  42. 50.
    Does the PARCC Test Succeed in Predicting College Outcomes?10/04/2015
    11:36
  43. 51.
    The Future of Family Caregiving09/24/2015
    10:27

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