How do we structure policies that alleviate poverty and relative disadvantage for some sets of people? That’s the question driving the research of Jorge Luis García, Professor of Economics at Clemson University. In this video, he discusses the actual impact of China’s One Child Policy on women’s fertility choices; how early education programs that improved the quality of family life impacted lifelong outcomes for siblings and children of original participants; the unintended consequences of a guaranteed employment program in India; and his new study of a guaranteed basic income program in rural South Carolina.