Older and Out of Work: Jobs and Social Insurance for a Changing Economy (Google eBook)

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W.E. Upjohn Institute, 2008 - Law - 237 pages
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The chapters in this volume come from a group of policy experts who advance our understanding of the labor market experiences of older workers while pointing out that current workforce programs often leave this growing population underserved.
  

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Contents

Ch 1 Introduction by Randall W Eberts and Richard A Hobbie
1
Ch 2 The Consequences of Recent Job Growth on Older LowIncome Workers by William M Rodgers III
13
Evidence from a Labor Market Experiment by Joanna N Lahey
45
Ch 4 Reemployment and Earnings Recovery among Unemployment Insurance Claimants by Christopher J OLeary and Randall W Eberts
59
Ch 5 The Fraction of Disability Caused at Work by Robert T Reville and Robert F Schoeni
85
Ch 6 Disability and Retirement among Aging Baby Boomers by Ralph E Smith
101
Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Survey of Older Adults by Sara R Collins Karen Davis Cathy Schoen Michelle M Doty and Jennifer L Kriss
131
Ch 8 Improving Health Coverage before Medicare by Paul N Van de Water
173
Ch 9 Time to Retire the Normal Retirement Age? by Joseph White
183
Ch 10 Public and Private Strategies for Assisting Older Workers by Carl Van Horn Kathy Krepcio and Neil Ridley
205
The Authors
225
Index
227
About the Institute
237
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