The Impact of Open competition in Michigan on the Employers' costs of Workers' Compensation
In: Workers' Compensation Insurance Pricing: Current Programs and Proposed Reform
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This chapter was published in: H. Allan Hunt & Alan B. Krueger & John F. Burton Jr. Workers' Compensation Insurance Pricing: Current Programs and Proposed Reform, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pages 109-144, 1988.
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- Alan B. Krueger & John F. Burton, Jr., 1989.
"The Employers' cost of Workers' Compensation Insurance: Magnitudes, Determinants, and Public Policy,"
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