The Labor Market Experience of Workers with Disabilities: The ADA and Beyond

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5.4 Probability of Different Types of Unemployment by Disability Status, CPS, 1989—2000 113
5.5 Average Search Spell Length Differential between Unemployed Disabled and Nondisabled Searchers, CPS, 1981—2000 116
5.6 Predicted Expected Search Duration by Disability Status, CPS, 1981—2000 118
5.7 Percentage of Disabled and Nondisabled Searchers Using Each Search Strategy, Averaged over the Period 1981—2000, CPS 119
6.1 Labor Force Participation Rates for the Disabled and the Nondisabled, CPS, 1981—1991 128
6.2 Proportion of Disabled and Nondisabled Labor Force Participants That Are Employed, CPS, 1981—1991 128
6.3 Proportion of Disabled and Nondisabled Workers That Are Employed Part-Time, CPS, 1981—1991 137
Tables
1.1 Sample Sizes for Merged CPS Data Files 10
1.2 Means of Select Demographic Variables for Disabled and Nondisabled Workers over Entire Time Period, CPS, 1981—2000 14
1.3 Sample Sizes for SIPP Data Files 16
2.1 Labor Force Participation and Employment Bivariate Probit with Selection Results, CPS, Combined Years 1981—2000 32
2.2 Change in Marginal Effect of Disability on Labor Force Participation and Employment Probabilities 33
2.3 Labor Force Participation and Employment Bivariate Probit with Selection Results, SIPP Combined Years, 1986 —1997 34
2.4 Labor Force Participation and Employment Bivariate Probit with Selection Results by Type of Disability, SIPP Combined Years, 1986 —1997 36
2.5 DDD Calculation for Average Predicted Probability of Employment by Firm Size, Disability Status, and across Time, CPS, 1987—1999 42
3.1 OLS Selectivity-Corrected Regression Results for Log Real Wages, across Disability Status and ADA Implementation, CPS, 1984 —2000 53
3.2 OLS Selectivity-Corrected DD Regression Results for Log Real Wages, across Disability Status and Type of Disability Status, SIPP, 1986 —1997 55

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