What have we learned from empirical studies of unemployment insurance?
AbstractFocuses on lessons learned from studies of unemployment insurance (UI). Theoretical implications of UI; Information on experience-rated UI; Effect of UI on subsequent earnings; Examination of the duration of UI; Measurement of unemployment duration. (Abstract copyright EBSCO.)
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