Health Care Reform
Distributional Consequences of an Employer Mandate for Workers in Small Firms
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This study simulates the economic incidence of an employer health insurance mandate on the earnings of workers. Specifically, it evaluates the distributional impact of the mandate provisions contained in the 1993 Health Security Act proposed by the Clinton administration.
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