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Message ID: 8745
Date: 2010-12-16

Author:Ana Sierra

Subject:Re: Economic impact of child maltreatment

I am no longer familiar with this area of research; however, I am aware that beginning in the late 90s there were some studies done by urban economic geographers with respect to child abuse and it's impact. Ana M. Sierra, Ph.D. Tacoma, WA www.developresilience.com ________________________________ From: "Shaw, Terry" To: Child Maltreatment Researchers ; "Child-Maltreatment-Research-L@cornell.edu" Sent: Wed, December 15, 2010 5:15:45 PM Subject: Economic impact of child maltreatment Hello, I am looking for resources related to the economic impact of child maltreatment on states or the nation at large. Any assistance with references, manuscripts, or tools would be much appreciated. Thank you, Terry V. Shaw tshaw@ssw.umaryland.edu

I am no longer familiar with this area of research; however, I am aware that beginning in the late 90s there were some studies done by urban economic geographers with respect to child abuse and it's impact. Ana M. Sierra, Ph.D. Tacoma, WA www.developresilience.com ________________________________ From: "Shaw, Terry" To: Child Maltreatment Researchers ; "Child-Maltreatment-Research-Lcornell.edu" Sent: Wed, December 15, 2010 5:15:45 PM Subject: Economic impact of child maltreatment Hello, I am looking for resources related to the economic impact of child maltreatment on states or the nation at large. Any assistance with references, manuscripts, or tools would be much appreciated. Thank you, Terry V. Shaw tshawssw.umaryland.edu