Jeffrey A. Taylor, PhD, is a social scientist and Principal Research Associate with 12 years of experience in research and program evaluation. He conducts policy research and program evaluations for several clients, including DOL, USDA, VA, and SSA. Taylor is an expert in the design, management, and implementation of impact and implementation studies. His work prior to Westat focused on impact evaluations of workforce development, education, and veteran and transitioning service member programs. He has authored numerous publications, technical reports, and presentations during his career.
Taylor has extensive experience with quantitative research and evaluation methodology. His work includes research and evaluation studies relying on methodologies such as multivariate regression, hierarchical linear modeling, event history analysis, randomized controlled trials and estimation of treatment effects, and propensity score matching and analysis.
- PhD, Government and Politics (American Politics and Quantitative Methodology), University of Maryland
- MA, Government and Politics, University of Maryland
- BA, Political Science, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Impact of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives on household fruit and vegetable expenditures
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Tracy Vericker, S. Dixit-Joshi, Jeffrey A. Taylor, L. May, K. Baier, E.S. WilliamsDOILink for: Impact of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives on household fruit and vegetable expenditures
Helping people denied disability benefits for a mental health impairment: The Supported Employment Demonstration
J. Riley, Robert Drake, William D. Frey, H.H. Goldman, D.R. Becker, D. Salkever, J. Marrow, et al.DOILink for: Helping people denied disability benefits for a mental health impairment: The Supported Employment Demonstration
Characteristics of enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration
Christine Borger, J. Marrow, Robert Drake, Jeffrey A. TaylorDOILink for: Characteristics of enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration