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Hirasuna Linkedin Publications

  1. 1. PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles “Is Regional Science Research Useful to State Legislators?,” International Regional Science Review, October 2009 with Susan Hansen. “Minnesota’s Earned Income Credit Program: Utilization by Current and Former Welfare Households and the Impact of Policy Parameters,” National Tax Journal, June 2009 with Tom Stinson. “Urban and Rural Differences in Utilization of State Earned Income Tax Credit Programs: Minnesota’s Experience,” International Regional Science Review, October 2007, with Tom Stinson. “Earned Income Credit Utilization by Welfare Recipients: A Case Study of Minnesota’s Earned Income Credit Program,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2007, with Tom Stinson. “Rural and Urban Differences in Welfare Exits: Minnesota Evidence 1986–1996,” Growth and Change, 2005, with Tom Stinson. Enterprise Zones: Using Research to Impact Policy. Policy Brief. North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, 2005, with Joel Michael. “Regional Scientists are Talking - Is Anybody Listening?” Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 2003, with Don Macke, Chuck Fluharty, and Martin Shields. “Economic Development Assistance to Professional and Technical Services,” Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 2002. “The Income Effects of Public Subsidies to Traded Services,” Review of Regional Studies, 1998, with Glen C. Pulver. Guest Editor Special Issue of the International Regional Science Review on Whether Social Science Research Is Used By State Legislatures, October 2007, With Susan Hansen.
  2. 2. Professional Publications Research examines the receipt of earned income tax credits among welfare recipients, Community Dividend. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, July 2010. Enterprise Zones: Using Research to Impact Policy. Policy Brief. North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, 2005, with Joel Michael. Effective Tax Rates Facing Minnesota’s Low- and Moderate-Income Workers: The Impact of Budget Cuts on Incentives. State Tax Notes, 2005 and the Proceedings of the National Tax Association Meetings in 2004, with Paul Wilson. Do Free Tax Preparation Sites Increase Utilization of State Earned Income Credits? Evidence from Minnesota. State Tax Notes, 2005 and the Proceedings of the National Tax Association Meetings in 2004, with Tom Stinson. Urban and Rural Differences in Utilization of State Earned Income Tax Credit Programs: Minnesota’s Experience. Rural Poverty Research Center, Working Paper 04-08, 2004, with Tom Stinson. Are There Communities of Welfare Recipients? Looking for Rural Urban Differences in the Duration on AFDC. University of Minnesota, Applied Economics, Staff Paper Series P001-12, Department, 2001, with Tom Stinson. Description of the Wisconsin Econometric Model, Division of Research and Analysis, Wisconsin Department of Revenue, 1994, with Dave Peterson and Gene Schubert. House Research Working Papers and Other Research Manuscripts1 Enterprise Zones: A Review of the Economic Theory and Empirical Evidence, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2005 (19 pages). Noncitizens and Minnesota Law, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2004, with several authors (98 pages); won the 2005 notable document award from the National Conference of State Legislatures. MFIP Sanctions, Information Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2003, with Danyell Punelli (11 pages). Former Welfare Parents and the Poverty Guidelines: An Examination of Incomes by Minnesota Sub-State Regions, Working Paper Series Seven, Information Brief, 2003 (16 pages).1 All documents are single spaced on 8½” by 11” paper.
  3. 3. Selected House Research Working Papers and Other Research Manuscripts—ContinuedRegional Differences in Income for Former Welfare Recipients, Working Paper Series Six, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2003 (17 pages).The Income of Parents Leaving AFDC and MFIP, Working Paper Series Five, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2002 (7 pages).Factors Contributing to Longer Stays on Welfare: A Literature Review, Issue Brief, Working Paper Series Four, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 2002 (11 pages).Characteristics of AFDC/MFIP Recipients, Research Report, Working Paper Series 3, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, March 2000 (48 pages).Identifying Who Might Be Subject to the 60-Month Time Limit: Indications from Minnesota’s AFDC Population, Working Paper Series Two, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1999 (29 pages).Basic Needs Budgets II, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1999, with Nina Manzi (28 pages).Congestion Policy: A Literature Review, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1999 (19 pages).Identifying AFDC Regions, Working Paper Series One, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1999 (30 pages).Government Work Disincentives and Low-Income Families, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1997, with Nina Manzi, (26 pages).The Economics of Sports Stadiums: Evaluating the Benefits of Public Assistance, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1997 (16 pages).Unemployment and Job Access in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1996 (24 pages).Basic Needs Budgets: When Child Support and Child Care Payments Are Less Than the Guidelines, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1996 (6 pages).Selected House Research Working Papers and Other Research Manuscripts—Continued
  4. 4. Unemployment and Job Access in Metropolitan Areas: A Review of the Economics Literature, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1996 (17 pages).Basic Needs Budgets for Custodial and Noncustodial Parents, Research Report, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1996, with Nina Manzi (33 pages).Minimum Wage: A Literature Review, Policy Brief, House Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives, 1994 (23 pages).Noncitizens on MFIP, 2004.MFIP Cases Reaching the 60-Month Time Limit, updated 2003.Explanations for Economic Growth, 2002.Rural and Urban Economic Growth in Minnesota, 2002.General Characteristics of the Welfare Population, 2002.Are Former Welfare Recipients Filing State Income Tax Returns: A Look One Year After Leaving Welfare, 2002.

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