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Temporary Help Work: Earnings, Wages, and Multiple Job Holding

Sarah Hamersma, Carolyn Heinrich & Peter Mueser
December 31, 2013

How Will Declining Rates of Marriage Reshape Eligibility for Social Security?

Madonna Harrington Meyer, Douglas A. Wolf & Christine L. Himes
June 30, 2006

See related: Economic Policy

Changing Economic Incentives in Long-Term Care

R. Tamara Konetzka
March 31, 2006

Helping the Working Poor: Employer- vs. Employee-Based Subsidies

Stacy Dickert-Conlin & Douglas Holtz-Eakin
There has been renewed interest in subsidizing firms that employ disadvantaged workers as a means of addressing poverty and other social problems. In contrast, the prevailing practice is largely to provide social welfare benefits directly to individuals.
July 31, 1999

American Longevity: Past, Present, and Future

Samuel H. Preston
How long we live, and how long members of our families and social groups live, is extraordinarily important to us. Unfortunately, the subject of longevity falls between the cracks of academe and has received far less attention than it warrants.
September 30, 1996

See related: Aging, Longevity

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