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Social Insurance During the Pandemic

August 3, 2022
What is Equity Policy?

June 8, 2022
What is Labor Policy?

June 8, 2022
Black Lung Program: Rising Rates, Troubled Funding
Leslie I. Boden, Professor, Boston University School of Public Health
May 11, 2022
Social Security Benefits, Finances, and Policy Options: A Primer
National Academy of Social Insurance
September 1, 2021
Child Tax Credits and Assured Income
William Arnone & Griffin Murphy
July 23, 2021
“Building Back Better” for Older and Disabled Americans Requires Bringing Supplemental Security Income (SSI) into the 21st Century
Rebecca Vallas
July 16, 2021
Designing Universal Long-Term Services and Supports Programs: Lessons from Germany and Other Countries
Benjamin W. Veghte
May 10, 2021
Understanding Opioids in the Context of Workers’ Compensation
Jay Patel, Research Assistant for Income Security Policy
February 9, 2021
Medicare, Medicaid, and the Uninsured
Bethany Cole
December 29, 2020
State Spotlight: Washington’s Multi-Faceted Approach to Worker Safety and Compensation During COVID is Paying Off
Elaine Weiss, Director of Policy
November 24, 2020
Executive Summary: Workers’ Compensation: Benefits, Costs, and Coverage (2018 Data)

November 2, 2020
Fact Sheet: Medicare, Medicaid, and the Uninsured
Bethany Cole, Research Assistant for Health Policy
April 24, 2020
Medicare Finances: Findings of the 2020 Trustees Report
Bethany Cole, Research Assistant for Health Policy
April 23, 2020
Fact Sheet: Paid Leave Provisions in Recent Federal COVID-19 Response Legislation
Bethany Cole, Research Assistant for Health Policy
April 17, 2020
Executive Summary from the Final Report of the Academy’s Study Panel on Medicare Eligibility

March 3, 2020
Social Security Early Commencement Benefits
Elizabeth Bauer
December 11, 2019
State Supplemental Social Security
John Burbank, Economic Opportunity Institute; Aaron Keating, Economic Opportunity Institute
December 11, 2019
Creating a Federal Auto IRA and Enhancing Social Security Longevity Data
Sarah Holmes Berk
December 11, 2019
Missouri: Bucking the Trend with Increases in Worker Benefits and Costs for Employers

October 30, 2019
Wyoming: Non-mandatory Coverage Reduces Benefits for Workers

October 30, 2019
Florida: Legal Changes Have Sharply Reduced Worker Benefits, Benefited Insurers

October 30, 2019
Ohio: Legislative Changes, Worker Safety Initiatives, Combine to Reduce Worker Benefits, Employer Costs

October 30, 2019
Executive Summary: Workers’ Compensation: Benefits, Costs, and Coverage (2017 Data)

October 30, 2019
Michigan Sees Nation’s Largest Decline in Workers’ Compensation Benefits as a Share of Covered Payroll

October 28, 2019
Social Security Finances: Findings of the 2019 Trustees Report
William Arnone and Griffin Murphy
April 29, 2019
Changing Medicare Eligibility: Program Design Challenges
Paul N. Van de Water
September 4, 2018
Social Security Finances: Findings of the 2018 Trustees Report
Elliot Schreur and Benjamin W. Veghte
June 5, 2018
Paid Family and Medical Leave Programs: State Pathways and Design Options
Sarah Jane Glynn, Alexandra L. Bradley, and Benjamin W. Veghte
September 26, 2017
Social Security Finances: Findings of the 2017 Trustees Report
Elliot Schreur and Benjamin W. Veghte
July 7, 2017
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