The Effect Of Plant Downsizing On Disability Pension Utilization
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effect of displacement on disability pension utilization and find displaced workers were 24% more likely to have such a pension. One notable exception is a recent paper by Bergemann, Gronqvist, and Gudbjornsdottir (2011), which uses Swedish data to examine the effect of job displacement
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Social Interaction and Disability Pension Participation
on the empirical observation that plant downsizing events have a substantial effect on disability entry rates (Rege, Telle and Votruba 2005). We therefore use plant downsizing at neighbors plants of employment as an instrument for the disability participation rate among one s previously employed neighbors.
CURRICULUM VITAE Mari Rege
Rege, M., K. Telle and M. Votruba, 2009, The Effect of Plant Downsizing on Disability Pension Utilization , Journal of the European Economic Association
Social Interaction Effects in Disability Pension
downsizing events have a substantial effect on disability entry rates (Rege, Telle and Votruba 2007). We therefore use plant downsizing at neighbors plants of employment as an instrument for the disability participation rate among one s previously employed neighbors. 6 The intuition behind this
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Social Interaction Effects in Disability Pension
plant-downsizing events have a substantial effect on disability entry rates (Rege et al., 2009). Therefore, we use exposure to such events as an in-strument for the disability participation rate among a person s previously employed neighbors. The intuition behind this approach is straightforward.
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consequences of downsizing on the probability of applying for and receiving a disability pension due to a reduction in work capacity As will be explained later, our approach di⁄ers substantially from that of Rege et al. (2009). In their study, disability pensions are granted due to illness, mental
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disability insurance program utilization; see Black et al. (2002), Autor and Duggan (2003), and Rege et al. (2009). A natural question to ask is whether low unemployment and high disability rates are two sides of the same coin, and whether disability pension sometimes is unemployment insurance in disguise.
SOCIAL INTERACTION EFFECTS IN DISABILITY PENSION
EVIDENCE FROM PLANT DOWNSIZING Mari Rege a, Kjetil Telle b and Mark Votruba c June 2009 Abstract We estimate the magnitude of social interaction effects in disability pension participation among older workers in Norway. The problem of omitted variable bias is addressed using neighbors exposure to plant downsizing events as an instrument for
The Effect of Plant Downsizing on Disability Pension Utilization
Rege et al. Plant Downsizing and Disability Pension Utilization 755 and 2.5% of GDP across countries in the European Union. Thus, understanding the determinants of disability participation is an increasingly important issue for policymakers.2 This paper investigates the impact of plant downsizing (i.e., reductions in
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N the United States, downsizing led to more than 10 mil-lion workers losing their jobs between 1989 and 1992 (Cascio, 1998). According to the United States Labor Depart-ment, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 43 million jobs were elim-inated between 1979 and 1995 (Uchitelle & Kleinfield, 1996). Although the overall rate of worker displacement has
Mari Rege, Kjetil Telle and Mark Votruba
The Effect of Plant Downsizing on Disability Pension Utilization Abstract: We investigate the impact of plant downsizing on disability pension utilization in Norway. Plant downsizing substantially increases the disability entry rate of workers in affected plants. Workers