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FSB in the Media: Analisa Packham research

July 2017

Assistant economics professor Analisa Packham recently had some of her research picked up by various media outlets.

Shoplifting in Chicago

Dr. Packham and her research partner Jillian Carr of Purdue University found that since Chicago enacted legislation to spread out when food stamps were issued in 2010, theft in grocery stores was reduced by more than 30 percent.

Read the full report in The Washington Post.

Planned Parenthood funding

In another paper that was written while she was at Texas A&M University, Dr. Packham found that the number of teen abortions in Texas increased by 3 percent after Planned Parenthood funding was slashed in 2011.

Check out the full story in The Huffington Post.

Congrats and great job, Dr. Packham.