In a series of studies, we have assessed the cost and consequences of various approaches to providing coverage for these groups (children, employees in small businesses, substance abusers, the uninsured, and the near-elderly).
Here, the authors examine the first year of the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program, focusing on the planning and implementation processes and the effects of the program to date.
This research brief describes work documented in The Effect of Access to Post-Retirement Health Insurance on the Decision to Retire Early (RP-360); Health Insurance and Labor Market Transitions of Older Workers (DRU-1797); and Health Insurance and Retirement Behavior: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Survey (DRU-1798).
Education D.Phil. in social policy, University of Oxford; M.Sc. in comparative social policy, University of Oxford; B.Sc. in social anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)