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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Research

Last Published: 10/27/2013

As of Oct. 1, 2008, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the new name for the federal Food Stamp Program. The new name reflects the changes we’ve made to meet the needs of our clients, including a focus on nutrition and an increase in benefit amounts. SNAP is the federal name for the program. State programs may have different names.

Date Titlesort descending
05/05/2015 Diet Quality of Americans by SNAP Participation Status: Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2007–2010
09/02/2000 Dietary Intake and Dietary Attitudes Among Food Stamp Participants and Other Low-Income Individuals
12/23/2014 Dynamics and Determinants of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation from 2008 to 2012
11/01/2007 Dynamics of Food Stamp Program Participation, 2001-2003
09/29/2011 Dynamics of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation in the Mid-2000s
09/01/1993 Effects of Food Stamp Cash-Out on Administrative Costs, Participation, and Food Retailers in San Diego
09/01/1994 EFT Commercial Infrastructures and Implications for EBT
11/01/2002 Elderly Participation and the Minimum Benefit
10/01/2001 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates for 1994-1998
10/01/2002 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates for 1994-1999
03/01/2003 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates for 1998-2000
07/01/2004 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 1999-2001 for All Eligible People and for the Working Poor
10/01/2005 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 2000-2002 for All Eligible People and the Working Poor
07/01/2006 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 2002 and 2003 for All Eligible People and the Working Poor
04/12/2007 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 2002-2004 for All Eligible People and the Working Poor