Ensuring Health and Income Security for an Aging Workforce

Title

Ensuring Health and Income Security for an Aging Workforce

Year

2001

DOI

10.17848/9780880994668

Abstract

The chapters explore implications of an aging workforce for a number of social programs in the coming decades, and point to the critical policy issues we must face when growing numbers of older workers begin to strain the capacity of those programs.

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Contents

  1. Editors' Introduction / Peter P. Budetti, Richard V. Burkhauser, Janice M. Gregory, and H. Allan Hunt
  2. Health Insurance Coverage of People in the Ten Years before Medicare Eligibility / Katherine Swartz, Betsey Stevenson
  3. Workers' Compensation and Older Workers / John F. Burton, Jr., Emily A. Spieler
  4. Unemployment Compensation and Older Workers / Christopher J. O'Leary, Stephen A. Wandner
  5. Getting Older in the 21st Century / Mark V. Nadel
  6. Social Insurance and the Older Worker / Robert Haveman
  7. Commentary / Walter B. Maher
  8. Commentary / David A. Smith
  9. The Effects of Job Loss on Older Workers / Sevin Chan, Ann Huff Stevens
  10. The Effect of a Job Loss on the Employment Experience, Benefits, and Retirement Savings of Bank Officers / Jill S. Quadagno, David A. Macpherson, Jennifer Reid Keene
  11. Extending Health Insurance Coverage for Older Workers and Early Retirees / Karen Pollitz
  12. Commentary / Katherine Swartz
  13. Permanent Partial Disability from Occupational Injuries / Jeff E. Biddle, Leslie I. Boden, Robert T. Reville
  14. How Working-Age People with Disabilities Fared over the 1990s Business Cycle / Richard V. Burkhauser, Mary C. Daly, Andrew J. Houtenville
  15. Health, Disability and the Aging Workforce from the Employer's Perspective / Bruce G. Flynn
  16. Commentary / Vicki Gottlich and Patricia Nemore
  17. Commentary / Barbara Wolfe
  18. Retirement Trends and Policies to Encourage Work among Older Americans / Gary Burtless and Joseph F. Quinn
  19. Employer Perspective on Retirement Trends and Policies to Encourage Work among Older Americans / Anna M. Rappaport
  20. Living Longer, but Able to Work? / Glenn Pransky
  21. Commentary / Tereas Ghilarducci
  22. Policy Options for Filling Gaps in the Health Insurance Coverage of Older Workers and Early Retirees / Len M. Nichols
  23. Commentary / Deborah Chollet
  24. Commentary / Frank McArdle
  25. Commentary / Diane Rowland

Note

Based on the National Academy of Social Insurance's 12th annual conference, held Jan. 26-27, 2000 in Washington, D.C.

Sponsorship

National Academy of Social Insurance (U.S.). Conference

ISBN

9780880992190 (pbk.) ; 9780880992206 (cloth) ; 9780880994668 (ebook)

Subject Areas

LABOR MARKET ISSUES; Retirement and pensions; UNEMPLOYMENT, DISABILITY, and INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS; Unemployment insurance; Workers compensation and disability; Disability

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Citation

Budetti, Peter P., Richard V. Burkhauser, Janice M. Gregory, and H. Allan Hunt, eds. 2001. Ensuring Health and Income Security for an Aging Workforce. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.17848/9780880994668