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Back to Work: Recent SSA Employment Demonstrations for People with Disabilities


  • David R. Mann
  • David Wittenburg


This issue brief summarizes short-term impacts from four large scale- demonstration projects by the Social Security Administration designed to increase the economic self-sufficiency of Supplemental Security Income recipients and Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries.

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  • David R. Mann & David Wittenburg, "undated". "Back to Work: Recent SSA Employment Demonstrations for People with Disabilities," Mathematica Policy Research Reports d70d132cc04f48af86bf0edd9, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:d70d132cc04f48af86bf0edd9e1063f8

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