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Firm-Level Early Intervention Incentives: Which Recent Employers of Disability Program Entrants Would Pay More?

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  • David C. Stapleton
  • David R. Mann
  • Jae Song

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The authors used linked Social Security (SS) administrative data to analyze SS Disability Insurance (DI) program reform proposals that would hold firms partially responsible for a portion of the DI benefits paid to their recent employees.

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  • David C. Stapleton & David R. Mann & Jae Song, "undated". "Firm-Level Early Intervention Incentives: Which Recent Employers of Disability Program Entrants Would Pay More?," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 6fc24b1b1f0444959c0317f12, Mathematica Policy Research.
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