Examines post-injury employment, earnings losses, and the adequacy and equity of benefits for New Mexicans with permanent partial disabilities, and compares the results to workers injured in four other states.
This is the executive summary of a comprehensive report that evaluates the workers' compensation system by examining its efficiency and the adequacy and equity of its benefits, and suggests system reforms.
An evaluation of disability compensation for work-related illness and injury, compares state-mandated civilian workers' compensation programs with the military and Veterans Administration (VA) programs.
Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Education M.S. in economics, California Institute of Technology; M.Sc. in economic history, London School of Economics; B.A. in political economy, University of California, Berkeley
Associate Policy Researcher
Education Ph.D. in public policy analysis, Pardee RAND Graduate School; M.A. in German, Monterey Institute of International Studies; M.A. in international policy, Monterey Institute of International Studies