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OWSOP 83-3 The Effects of Aggregate Unemployment Insurance Benefits in the U. S. on the Operation of a Local Economy 1983 Oaxaca, Ronald L. The University of Arizona
OWSOP 85-4 The Effect of the Duration of Unemployment Benefits on Work Incentives: An Analysis of Four Data Sets 1985 Moffitt, Robert Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 83-4 UI Research Exchange 1983 Department of Labor
OWSOP 83-2 A Guide to the Analysis of UI Recipients' Unemployment Spells Using a Supplemented CWBH Data Set 1983 Blanchard, Lois Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 81-2 Can Benefit Adequacy be Predicted on the Basis of UI Claims and CWBH Data? 1981 Burgess, Paul Arizona State University
Arizona Department of Economic Security
OWSOP 80-4 Benefit Adequacy and UI Program Costs: Simulations with Alternative Weekly Benefit Formulas 1980 Department of Labor
OWSOP 98-3 Labor Market Changes and Unemployment Insurance Benefit Availability 1998 Vroman, Wayne The Urban Institute
OWSOP 98-1 Emergency Unemployment Compensation: The 1990's Experience 1998 Nicholson, W. Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 97-3 Evaluation of Short-Time Compensation Programs 1997 Kerachsky, Stuart Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Berkeley Planning Associates
OWSOP 97-2 Unemployment Insurance, Welfare and Federal - State Fiscal Interrelations: Final Report 1997 Vroman, Wayne The Urban Institute
OWSOP 97-1 Employee Leasing: Implications for State Unemployment Insurance Programs: Final Report 1997 KRA Corporation
OWSOP 96-1 Evaluation of Worker Profiling and Reemployment Services System: Interim Report 1996 Dickinson, Katherine P. Social Policy Research Associates
OWSOP 95-4 Self-Employment Programs: A New Reemployment Strategy 1995 Battelle
Abt Associates
OWSOP 95-3 The Alternative Base Period in Unemployment Insurance: Final Report 1995 Vroman, Wayne The Urban Institute
OWSOP 95-2 The New Jersey Unemployment Insurance Reemploymet Demonstration Project: Six Year Follow-Up and Summary Report 1995 Haimson, Joshua Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 95-1 The Effects of Increasing the Federal Taxable Wage Base for Unemployment Insurance 1995 Brinsko, Anthony E Department of Labor
OWSOP 94-3 Self-Employment as a Reemployment Option: Demonstration Results and National Legislation 1994 Grover, N. Abt Associates
OWSOP 94-2 Extended Benefit Triggers 1994 Rangarajan, Anu Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
OWSOP 94-1 First Impact Analysis of the Washington State Self-employment and Enterprise Development (SEED) Demonstration 1994 Benus, Jacob M. Abt Associates
OWSOP 93-2 New Forms of Activity for the Unemployed and Measures to Assist the Creation of Self-Employment: Experiences and Opportunities in Combatting Unemployment 1993 Robinson, John G. Department of Labor
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