Disability Benefit Receipt by State and County, 1970-2017: Description and Dataset
Investigator: Timothy Moore (Purdue University and NBER)
What Drives Prescription Opioid Use by People with Disabilities? Evidence from Migration
Investigators: Amy Finkelstein (MIT and NBER), Matthew Gentzkow (Stanford and NBER) and Heidi Williams (MIT and NBER)
SSDI Coverage, Application, and Receipt of Younger Workers: The Effect of Economic Conditions and Program Rules
Investigators: Till von Wachter (UCLA and NBER) and Jae Song (Social Security Administration)
Changing Labor Markets and Mental Illness: Impacts on Work and Disability
Investigators: Richard Frank (Harvard and NBER), Sherry Glied (New York University and NBER)
Changes Across Birth Cohorts in Income Adequacy from Pre-Retirement to Death: Evidence from IRS Tax Data
Investigators: John Beshears (Harvard and NBER), James J. Choi (Yale and NBER), David Laibson (Harvard and NBER), Brigitte C. Madrian (Harvard and NBER)
Assessing the Distributional Effects of SSA Programs using Linked Income & Consumption Survey Data
Investigator: Bruce D. Meyer (University of Chicago and NBER)
Effects of Disability Benefits on Financial Distress
Investigators: Tal Gross (PI, Boston University and NBER), Manasi Deshpande (University of Chicago, NBER, and SSA)
The Impact of Benefit Receipt on Financial Security Among Low-Income and Aged Households: New Evidence from Private Data and Linked Administrative Records in Rhode Island
Investigator: Justine S. Hastings (Brown University and NBER)
Annuity Demand by Defined Contribution Plan Participants
Investigators: Jeffrey R. Brown (University of Illinois and NBER), James Poterba (MIT and NBER), and David P. Richardson (TIAA Institute)
Social Security Claiming and Retirement Responses to FRA Changes
Investigators: Itzik Fadlon (PI, USCD and NBER); Manasi Deshpande (UChicago, NBER, and SSA)
The Effect of the Delayed Retirement Credit on Social Security Claiming and Employment
Investigator: Mark Duggan (Stanford and NBER)
How Do Individuals’ Retirement Expectations, Self-Reported Preparedness for Retirement and Self-Reported Saving Behavior Respond to Major Pension Reforms?
Investigators: Carl Emmerson, Rowena Crawford, and David Sturrock (UK, Institute for Fiscal Studies)
Social Security and Retirement Around the World: Lessons from a 25-Year International Collaboration
Investigator: Courtney Coile (Wellesley College and NBER)
Health Trajectories of Chronic Disease and Subsequent DI Claiming
Investigators: Amal Harrati and Mark R. Cullen (Stanford University School of Medicine)
The Long-Term Effects of Workplace Injuries on Labor Force Exit, DI Eligibility, and Early Retirement
Investigators: Michael Dworsky (RAND) and David Powell (RAND)
Optimal Disability Insurance Payments with Health and Employment Effects
Investigators: Alexander Gelber (PI; UC Berkeley & NBER) and Timothy Moore (Purdue & NBER)
Does Student Loan Forgiveness Drive Disability Application?: The Effect of the 2013 Expansion of the Total and Permanent Disability Discharge Program on DI and SSI Participation
Investigators: Philip Armour (RAND Corporation) and Melanie Zaber (RAND Corporation)
Contract Work and Labor Force Participation at Older Ages
Investigators: Katharine G. Abraham (University of Maryland), Brad Hershbein (Upjohn Institute), and Susan Houseman (Upjohn Institute)
The Effect of Relabeling and Incentives on Retirement: Evidence from a Pension Reform
Investigators: Jonathan Gruber (MIT and NBER), Ohto Kanninen (Finland, Labor Institute for Economic Research)
Knowledge and Nudges: Intermediate Outcomes and Mechanisms
Investigators: Rebecca Dizon-Ross (PI, UChicago) and Manasi Deshpande (UChicago, NBER, and SSA)
The Vocational Grid and Work Capacity of Low-Skilled Disability Applicants
Investigators: Nicole Maestas (Harvard and NBER), Kathleen Mullen (RAND), Alexander Strand (SSA)
The Effect of Government Pensions on Labor Supply, Savings, and Financial Well-Being
Jialan Wang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and William Skimmyhorn (United States Military Academy, until July 2018, College of William & Mary (starting August 2018)
Causes and Consequences of Geographic Variation in Healthcare Spending for Individuals with Disabilities
Investigators: Nicole Maestas, Timothy Layton, and Mark Shepard (Harvard and NBER)
Socioeconomic Status, Perceptions of Pain, and the Disparity in DI Receipt
David Cutler, Ellen Meara, Susan Stewart
Health Variations among DI Recipients: Evidence from Medicare
Colleen Carey, Nolan Miller, David Molitor
Does Opiod Receipt After Traumatic Injury Affect the Probability of Transition to DI? Evidence from Colorado All-Payer Claims
Michael Dworksy
Social Security Beneficiaries and Aged SSI Recipients by State and County, 1970-2018: Description and Dataset
Timothy Moore
Comparing Trends in Late-Life Income Across Data Sets
John Beshears, James Choi, David Laibson
The Effects and Channels of Early-Life Removal from the Disability Rolls: Evidence from SSI Children
Manasi Deshpande
Social Security Reform with Heterogeneous Mortality
John Bailey Jones,Yue Li
Retirement Benefits and Incentives for Work: New Evidence from Eligibility Criteria
Elira Kuka
DI, Induced Entry and Financial Wellbeing: Evidence from Canada
Giacomin Favre, Andreas Haller, Stefan Staubli
Misperceptions of the Social Security Earnings Test and the Actuarial Adjustment: Implications for LFP and Earnings
Alexander Gelber, Damon Jones, Daniel Sacks
The Interaction of Health, Genetics, and Occupational Demands in DI Determinations
Amal Harrati, Lauren Schmitz
Explorations of an Alternative Disclosure Approach for SSA Statistics
John Friedman, Nicole Maestas, Lynn Fisher
Effects of Public Sector Retirement Benefit and Health Care Changes on Social Security and Labor Supply
Maria Fitzpatrick, Gopi Shah Goda
The Determinants and Evolution of Firm Retirement Saving Plans: Evidence from a New Panel Data Set
Taha Choukhmane, Cormac O'Dea
The Minimum Wage and Social Security Disability Insurance
Mark Duggan, Gopi Shah Goda
The Safety Net, Liquidity Constraints, and Disability Benefits
Eilra Kuka, Na'ama Shenhav
The Effects of Increases in the Normal Retirement Age on Labor Market Outcomes
Dayanand Manoli
Geographic Variation in SSDI Receipt: The Role of Claimants’ Representatives, Part II
Hilary Hoynes, Nicole Maestas, Alexander Strand
Assessing the Interaction of Labor Demand, Unemployment Insurance and Social Security Disability Insurance
Till von Wachter, Andreas Mueller