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Labor Market Changes and Unemployment Insurance Benefit Availability
This report examines the evolution of benefit availability in Unemployment Insurance (UI) programs. The focus is regular UI, the program that pays up to 26 weeks of benefits to eligible individuals. A major objective of ...
An Analysis of UI Recipients' Unemployment Spells
This report serves to evaluate how information collected by the Unemployment Insurance Service under the Continuous Wage and Benefit History (CWBH) System can be used to analyze unemployment insurance (UI) recipients' ...
Effect of Unemployment Insurance on Duration of Unemployment: A Study Based on CWBH Data for Florida
Previous studies of unemployment insurance have obtained estimates for reduced form model consisting of two equations: the duration equation and the post unemployment earnings equation. These equations do not, however, ...
An Evaluation of the Feasibility of a Substate Area Extended Benefit Program
The purpose of this report is to assess the feasibility of developing and operating a program of extended UI benefits at the substate level. In principle, extended benefits might be more effectively targeted toward workers ...
A Guide to the Analysis of UI Recipients' Unemployment Spells Using a Supplemented CWBH Data Set
The Continuous Wage and Benefit History (CWBH) database provides states and other users with a longitudinal database of a sample of Unemployment Insurance (UI) claimants. This report has been prepared to provide a guide ...