Domain: urban.org

Overview
Ads (8)
PPC Keywords (7)
Organic Keywords (8,120)
Competitors (5,405)
Sub-Domains
urban.org  
Statistics
Daily Ad Budget: $0 active PPC Ad Copies: 8  
Total Clicks/Day: 0 PPC Keywords: 7
Average Ad Position: 2.00 PPC Competitors: 4,335  
Average Cost/Click: NA  
Ad Variations
Economic Policy Research
Economic policy research
from the Urban Institute
urban.org/economic_policy
Economy Research
Independent research on economic policy in the Uni
Research Institute. Highlights: Nearly 50 Years Of
urban.org/economic_policy
Policy Research
Independent research on social
policy in the United States
urban.org
Independent Policy Research
Nonpartisan research on economic and social policy
Nonpartisan. Nonprofit. Highlights: Nearly 50 Year
urban.org/policy_research
Social Policy
Independent research on social
policy in the United States
urban.org
Independent Policy Research
Nonpartisan research on
economic and social policy
urban.org/policy_research
Urban.org
Nonpartisan research on
economic and social policy
urban.org/policy_research
Independent Policy Researc
Urban Institute‎ Nonpartisan research
on economic and social policy
urban.org/policy_research
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Organic Overview
Keywords (8,120) Position
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the cost of 7
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about place 12
health of the 8
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who pay 10
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Organic Listing Variations
1.
It's Not Your Parents' Mortgage Market Anymore
Apr 6, 2007 ... Mac made advances in packaging mortgages into securities. ... As these factors converged, the subprime mortgage market blossomed. ...
2.
Expanding Health Insurance Coverage: A New Federal / State Approach
Jul 1, 2002 ... Researchers, John Holahan, Len Nichols, and Linda Blumberg outline a new proposal to cover the uninsured that would extend the subsidized ...
3.
EXPANDING HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
about the need to expand health insurance coverage again, and some states are already. 1. J. Hadley. 2003. “Sicker and Poorer—The Consequences of Being ...
4.
Expanding Health Insurance Coverage to the Uninsured: Rationale ...
Mar 15, 2007 ... In response to the growing number of uninsured and mounting evidence of the health consequences of being without coverage, state and federal ...
5.
Expanding Health Insurance Coverage to the Uninsured: Rationale ...
Mar 15, 2007 ... In response to the growing number of uninsured and mounting evidence of the health consequences of being without coverage, state and federal ...
6.
Expanding Health Insurance Coverage: A New Federal / State Approach
Jul 1, 2002 ... Researchers, John Holahan, Len Nichols, and Linda Blumberg outline a new proposal to cover the uninsured that would extend the subsidized ...
7.
Expanding Health Insurance Coverage to the Uninsured: Rationale ...
Mar 15, 2007 ... In response to the growing number of uninsured and mounting evidence of the health consequences of being without coverage, state and federal ...
8.
Jails Packed? Cut Recidivism
Overcrowded jails and more spending for incarceration aren't predestined. In a Philadelphia Daily News commentary, two Urban Institute researchers explain ...
9.
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File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Camden County, New Jersey by Census Block-Group, 2001. .... limited in New Jersey. In 2001, 17 percent of all prison and jail inmates partic- ...
10.
The Urban Institute | Expert: Smith, Karen E.
Learn more about UI expert Karen E. Smith, areas of expertise, and publications.
 
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