Job Displacement’s Long-run Effect on Access to Employer-provided Health Insurance and Other Fringe Benefits
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This paper investigates the effect of job displacement on access to employer-provided fringe benefits. We find that displacement is associated with lost access to all seven employer-provided benefits investigated. These losses increase the cost of displacement by 10% per year.
Jolly, Nicholas A. and Phelan, Brian J., "Job Displacement’s Long-run Effect on Access to Employer-provided Health Insurance and Other Fringe Benefits" (2015). Economics Faculty Research and Publications. 508.