This volume analyzes the results of three studies conducted by the federal government in the 1980s on alternative approaches to reducing voluntary unemployment and improving the functioning of the unemployment insurance system. These alternative programs in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Washington utilized re-employment bonuses as an incentive to claimants to reduce the amount of time spent on unemployment. c. Book News Inc.Employment grew in both Illinois and Washington in the relevant periods but declined slightly in Pennsylvania. The total unemployment rate (TUR) was much higher in Illinois in the period, which reflects the conditions at the time. However, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reemployment Bonuses in the Unemployment Insurance System|
|Author||:||Philip K. Robins, Robert G. Spiegelman|
|Publisher||:||W.E. Upjohn Institute - 2001-01-01|