Accounting for Recent Declines in Employment Rates among Working-Aged Men and Women with Disabilities
John Bound and
Journal of Human Resources, 2002, vol. 37, issue 2, 231-250
During the 1990s, while overall employment rates for working-aged men and women either remained roughly constant (men) or rose (women), employment rates for people with disabilities fell. During the same period the fraction of the working-aged population receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (DI) benefits increased quite dramatically. We present simple time series and cross-state evidence suggesting that the growth in the DI program can account for much of the decline in the relative employment position of men and women with disabilities.
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