Older and Out of Work: Jobs and Social Insurance for a Changing Economy
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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Evidence from a Labor Market Experiment by Joanna N Lahey
Ch 4 Reemployment and Earnings Recovery among Unemployment Insurance Claimants by Christopher J OLeary and Randall W Eberts
Ch 5 The Fraction of Disability Caused at Work by Robert T Reville and Robert F Schoeni
Ch 6 Disability and Retirement among Aging Baby Boomers by Ralph E Smith
Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Survey of Older Adults by Sara R Collins Karen Davis Cathy Schoen Michelle M Doty and Jennifer L Kriss
Ch 8 Improving Health Coverage before Medicare by Paul N Van de Water
Ch 9 Time to Retire the Normal Retirement Age? by Joseph White
Ch 10 Public and Private Strategies for Assisting Older Workers by Carl Van Horn Kathy Krepcio and Neil Ridley
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