Work Incentive Simplification Pilot (WISP): Recommendations of the Technical Advisory Panel Regarding the Evaluation Design
AbstractStill in its early design stages, the Work Incentive Simplification Pilot is a Social Security Administration demonstration to test major simplifications to the Social Security Disability Insurance work incentives. This report presents recommendations from a technical advisory panel, convened by Mathematica and representing the academic, nonprofit, and governmental fields, to provide input on evaluation design options.
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WISP; Work Incentive Simplification Pilot; Evaluation Design; Disabilty;
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