John Gordanier

University of South Carolina

701 Main Street

Columbia, SC 29208

United States

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When Does it Count? The Timing of Food Stamp Receipt and Educational Performance

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 26 Jun 2017
Chad D. Cotti, John Gordanier and Orgul D. Ozturk
University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, University of South Carolina and University of South Carolina - Moore School of Business - Department of Economics
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SNAP Benefits, Educational Outcomes, Consumption Cycles

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Free Lunch for All! The Effect of the Community Eligibility Provision on Academic Outcomes

Number of pages: 47 Posted: 24 Mar 2019 Last Revised: 11 Nov 2019
University of South Carolina, University of South Carolina - Moore School of Business - Department of Economics, University of South Carolina - Department of Economics and University of South Carolina - Darla Moore School of Business
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School Meals, Academic Performance, CEP, Free Lunch, Poverty

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Hunger Pains? SNAP Timing, and Emergency Room Visits

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 04 Dec 2018 Last Revised: 11 Nov 2019
Chad D. Cotti, John Gordanier and Orgul D. Ozturk
University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, University of South Carolina and University of South Carolina - Moore School of Business - Department of Economics
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SNAP Benefits, Health Outcomes, Consumption Cycles

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Following (Not Quite) in Your Father's Footsteps: Task Followers and Labor Market Outcomes

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 09 Jan 2017
Liwen Chen, John Gordanier and Orgul D. Ozturk
University of South Carolina, University of South Carolina and University of South Carolina - Moore School of Business - Department of Economics
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Intergenerational transmission, Task measures, Occupation choice