Selected Bibliography of the Social Security Administration's Research on Disability Issues

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The Social Security Disability Insurance program was established in 1956. This selected bibliography highlights the research and statistical work that the Social Security Administration (SSA) has done on the subject of disability. It focuses on articles that have appeared in the Social Security Bulletin since 1956 and earlier Bulletin articles about events leading up to the program's establishment. The bibliography also includes ORES Working Papers and disability-related research done by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College and the Michigan Retirement Research Center at the University of Michigan funded through grants from SSA.

The bibliography was compiled by John R. Kearney, Concepcion McNeace, Karen Morris, L. Scott Muller, Anthony Nathe, Nicole Pascua, and Karyn Tucker. All are with the Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics, Office of Policy, Social Security Administration.

Information about the availability of the publications appears at the end of the bibliography.

Adler, Michele C., Robert F. Clark, Theresa J. DeMaio, Louisa F. Miller, and Arlene F. Saluter. 1999. "Collecting Information on Disability in the 2000 Census: An Example of Interagency Cooperation." Social Security Bulletin 62(4): 21-30.

Allan, Kathryn H. 1976. "First Findings of the 1972 Survey of the Disabled: General Characteristics." Social Security Bulletin 39(10): 18-37.

Allan, Kathryn H., and Mildred E. Cinsky. 1972. "General Characteristics of the Disabled Population." Social Security Bulletin 35(8): 24-37.

Altmeyer, Arthur J. 1949. "Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance." Social Security Bulletin 12(4): 3-15.

_____. 1941. "Social Insurance for Permanently Disabled Workers." Social Security Bulletin 4(3): 3-10.

Autor, David H., and Mark G. Duggan. 2001. The Rise in Disability Recipiency and the Decline in Unemployment. CRR Working Paper No. 2002-07. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research, Boston College (September).

Balkus, Richard, and Susan Wilschke. 2003. Treatment of Married Couples in the SSI Program. Issue Paper No. 2003-01. Washington, DC: Social Security Administration, Office of Policy, Office of Disability and Income Assistance Policy (December).

Barth, Peter. 2003/2004. "Compensating Workers for Permanent Partial Disabilities." Social Security Bulletin 65(4): 16-23.

Bound, John, Richard V. Burkhauser, and Austin Nichols. 2001. Tracking the Household Income of SSDI and SSI Applicants. MRRC Working Paper No. 2001-009. Ann Arbor: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan (May).

Bound, John, Todd R. Stinebrickner, and Timothy Waidman. 2004. Using a Structural Retirement Model to Simulate the Effect of Changes to the OASDI and Medicare Programs. MRRC Working Paper No. 2004-091. Ann Arbor: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan (October).

Bound, John, Julie Berry Cullen, Austin Nichols, and Lucie Schmidt. 2002. The Welfare Implications of Increasing DI Benefit Generosity. MRRC Working Paper No. 2002-024. Ann Arbor: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan (July).

Brehm, Henry P. 1970. "The Disabled on Public Assistance." Social Security Bulletin 33(10): 26-30.

Brehm, Henry P., and Robert H. Cormier. 1970. "Medical Care Costs of the Disabled." Social Security Bulletin 33(7): 21-29, 53.

Buchanan, Hammett. 1961. "Disability Insurance Benefits in Current-Payment Status, by State, December 31, 1960." Social Security Bulletin 24(9): 30-31.

Burkhauser, Richard V., and John H. Cawley. 2005. Obesity, Disability, and Movement onto the Disability Insurance Rolls. MRRC Working Paper No. 2005-073. Ann Arbor: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan (October).

Burkhauser, Richard V., and Mathis Schröder. 2004. A Cross-National Comparison of the Employment for Men with Disabilities: The United States and Germany in the 1980s and 1990s. …


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