New Book Explores Problems of Health Coverage and Income Security of Aging Workforce. (Brief Reports: Policy Analysis and Management)
Lang, Susan S., Human Ecology
HOW CAN THE United States ensure that health and income security programs are adequate for an aging workforce as retirement approaches? What risks do older workers face? What if they lose their jobs or become disabled or ill? How should public policy be shaped to ensure that workers' needs are met in retirement?
These questions are explored in a new book, Ensuring Health and Security for an Aging Workforce, published by the W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (2001) and co-edited by Richard Burkhauser, professor of policy analysis and management, and three of his colleagues--Peter Budetti of Northwestern University, Janice Gregory of the Employee Retirement …
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Publication information: Article title: New Book Explores Problems of Health Coverage and Income Security of Aging Workforce. (Brief Reports: Policy Analysis and Management). Contributors: Lang, Susan S. - Author. Journal title: Human Ecology. Volume: 30. Issue: 1 Publication date: March 2002. Page number: 24. © 2008 Cornell University, Human Ecology. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.