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Fiscal Austerity and the Transition to Twenty-First Century Disability Policy: A Road Map

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  • David R. Mann
  • David C. Stapleton
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    This project includes seven research studies to support University of New Hampshire’s Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment Policy and Measurement. These This project includes studies to expand knowledge of the effects of program incentives on employment outcomes of people with disabilities by analyzing data from several restricted access administrative data sources.

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    Date of creation: 09 Nov 2011
    Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:a469448f0c224f3797e584c8cce8f6d6
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