Extended unemployment and UI benefits
Robert Valletta () and
FRBSF Economic Letter, 2010, issue apr19
During the current labor market downturn, unemployment duration has reached levels well above its previous highs. Analysis of unemployment data suggests that extended unemployment insurance benefits have not been important factors in the increase in the duration of unemployment or in the elevated unemployment rate.
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