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Impacts on Employment and Earnings

Paul T. Decker, Christopher O'Leary and Stephen Woodbury

Mathematica Policy Research Reports from Mathematica Policy Research

Abstract: The authors discuss a group of supplementary results from the experiments, primarily the impact of the treatments on the earnings of claimants, the nature and quality of jobs, and employer attachment.

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