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OWSOP 77-2 Impact of P.L. 94-566 on Agricultural Employers and Unemployment Insurance Trust Funds in Selected States 1977 Elterich, G. Joachim University of Delaware
OWSOP 77-6 Family Support and Expenditures Survey of Unemployment Insurance Claimants in New York State, September 1972 - February 1974 1977 Entes, Ruth NY State Department of Labor
OWSOP 77-8 Job Loss, Family Living Standards, and the Adequacy of Weekly Unemployment Benefits 1977 W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
OWSOP 77-7 Development of Techniques for Evaluation of the Weekly Benefit Amount in Unemployment Insurance 1977 Department of Labor
OWSOP 77-3 Unemployment Insurance Beneficiary Job Search Behavior: What is Known and What Should be Known for Administrative Planning Purposes 1977 Department of Labor
OWSOP 77-1 Impact of Extension of Coverage to Agricultural Workers under P.L. 94-566, Their Characteristics and Economic Welfare 1977 Graham, L. University of Delaware
OWSOP 78-1 The Federal Supplemental Benefits Program: National Experience and the Impact of P.L. 95-19 1978 Felder, Henry SRI International
OWSOP 78-2 The Adequacy of Unemployment Insurance Benefits: An Analysis of Weekly Benefits Relative to Preunemployment Expenditure Levels 1978 Department of Labor
OWSOP 78-6 The Adequacy of Unemployment Insurance Benefits: An Analysis of Adjustments Undertaken Through Thirteen and Twenty-Five Weeks of Unemployment 1978 Department of Labor
OWSOP 78-7 The Effect of State Laws and Economic Factors on Exhuastion Rates for Regular Unemployment Benefits: A Statistical Model 1978 Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 78-5 An Analysis of Some of the Effects of Increasing the Duration of Regular Unemployment Insurance Benefits 1978 Jennison, Christine Select Authors
OWSOP 78-8 Incidence of Federal Retirees Drawing UCFE Benefits, 1974-75 1978 Benenson, L. Department of Labor
OWSOP 79-1 A Statistical Evaluation of the Impact of Disqualification Provisions of State Unemployment Insurance Laws 1979 Felder, Henry SRI International
OWSOP 79-3 Labor Market Experiences of Unemployment Insurance Exhaustees 1979 Burgess, Paul L.. Arizona State University
OWSOP 79-5 Unemployment Compensation in Varying Phases of Joblessness 1979 Ishikawa, Mamoru Department of Labor
OWSOP 79-4 An Evaluation of Current and Alternative Methods of Determining Exhuastion Ratios 1979 Sperber, Carolyn Department of Labor
OWSOP 79-2 The Impact of Unemployment Insurance Benefits on Local Economies--Tucson 1979 Denzau, Arthur T. The University of Arizona
OWSOP 80-3 Effect of Unemployment Insurance on Duration of Unemployment: A Study Based on CWBH Data for Florida 1980 Maddala, G. University of Florida
Florida State University
OWSOP 80-4 Benefit Adequacy and UI Program Costs: Simulations with Alternative Weekly Benefit Formulas 1980 Department of Labor
OWSOP 80-1 Unemployment Insurance and Proliferation of Other Income Protection Programs for Experienced Workers 1980 Ishikawa, Mamoru Department of Labor
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