Codebook for the HAO client characteristics file : site I, year 3

by Ann W. Wang, Leslie Geller


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One of a series archiving housing allowance office (HAO) materials used in the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment, this codebook documents the HAO client characteristics file for Site I (Brown County, Wisconsin) during the first three years of the experimental housing allowance program (June 1974 to June 1977). The file contains data on all 12,020 households that applied for assistance during the period, although most information relates to the 6,483 clients who actually enrolled in the program. The codebook describes each variable in the file, reproduces the relevant part of the administrative forms, specifies all permissible entries, and annotates each variable with a complete definition. "Marginals" (actual frequency responses) are tabulated.

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