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Promoting Opportunity Demonstration: Recruitment and Random Assignment Report

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  • Heinrich Hock
  • David Wittenburg
  • Michael Levere
  • Noelle Denny-Brown
  • Heather Gordon

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This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the recruitment effort to identify, solicit, and enroll volunteers for POD.

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  • Heinrich Hock & David Wittenburg & Michael Levere & Noelle Denny-Brown & Heather Gordon, "undated". "Promoting Opportunity Demonstration: Recruitment and Random Assignment Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a012f95df3d34407914ab4115, Mathematica Policy Research.
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