Is self-reported disability status endogenous to labour force status?
AbstractBy estimating a simultaneous equation model on panel data, this study examines whether self-reported disability status is endogenous to labour force status. While for males the exogeneity of disability status cannot be rejected, it is rejected for females. However, for both males and females the results reject the justification hypothesis on self-reported disability status.
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Volume (Year): 16 (2009)
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