In this study, we use the Health and Retirement Study linked to detailed occupational data to descriptively examine whether the occupational path of older workers who report a new work-limiting health condition in the years before retirement differs from that of workers who remain limitation-free.
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New Work-Limiting Health Events and Occupational Transitions Among Older WorkersMar 28, 2019
Effects of Four Responsible Fatherhood Programs for Low-Income Fathers: Evidence from the Parents and Children Together EvaluationJan 31, 2019
This brief presents the impacts of those programs on fathers’ parenting, relationships, economic stability, and well-being about one year after the fathers enrolled.
Effects of Two Healthy Marriage Programs for Low-Income Couples: Evidence from the Parents and Children Together EvaluationJan 31, 2019
This brief presents the impacts of these programs about one year after study enrollment.
The Postretirement Well-Being of Workers With DisabilitiesAug 15, 2018
We use the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) linked to Social Security Administration (SSA) records to compare the postretirement financial well-being of workers who experienced disability onset during their working years with those who did not, based on their claiming behavior for Social Security disability...
Do Older SSDI Applicants Denied Benefits on the Basis of their Work Capacity Return to Work After Denial?Jul 09, 2018
In this brief, we document the post-denial employment and benefit experiences of older applicants who are initially denied Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for “work capacity” reasons.
Parents and Children Together: Effects of Four Responsible Fatherhood Programs for Low-Income FathersJun 12, 2018
This report summarizes impact findings from Mathematica’s evaluation of the Responsible Fatherhood grant program. Responsible Fatherhood grants are designed to help fathers overcome obstacles and barriers to effective and nurturing parenting, support their family formation and healthy relationships,...
Parents and Children Together: Effects of Two Healthy Marriage Programs for Low-Income CouplesJun 12, 2018
This report summarizes impact findings from Mathematica’s evaluation of two Healthy Marriage programs for low-income couples.
Parents and Children Together: Evaluating Responsible Fatherhood and Healthy Marriage ProgramsJun 01, 2018
Presented at the 2018 Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency, these slides summarize impact findings from Mathematica’s evaluation of the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood programs.
The Benefit Receipt Patterns and Labor Market Experiences of Older Workers Who Were Denied SSDI on the Basis of Work CapacityMar 02, 2018
This paper considers the experiences of SSDI applicants initially denied benefits because the examiner determines that they can perform past work or other work.
The Financial Vulnerability of Former Disability Beneficiaries in RetirementMar 01, 2017
This brief considers the post-retirement financial well-being of workers based on whether they received Social Security Disability Insurance (DI).
The Second Access, Participation, Eligibility, and Certification Study (APEC II): Estimating and Validating Statistical Models for Generating State Estimates of Improper Payments in the NSLP and SBPNov 30, 2016
On average, the State-level models developed for APEC-II are likely to provide reasonable estimates of State improper payments.
The APEC II Study: Estimating and Validating Statistical Models for Updating National Estimates of Improper Payments in the School Meal Programs (Summary)Nov 30, 2016
The APEC II models refine those previously developed for the APEC I study by including estimates of improper payments in schools participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and improper payments due to meal-claiming error, which occurs when the incorrect numbers of meals are reported for...
The Army UCX Claimants' Initiative: A Formative Case StudySep 30, 2016
This special topic report describes findings and recommendations from a case study in which Army veterans’ employment, earnings, and workforce participation data were linked to their military data to support analysis of the veterans’ post-separation employment and unemployment experiences.