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Health shocks and couples" labor supply decisions
|Statement||Courtney C. Coile.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 10810., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 10810.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
The Effects of Health and Health Shocks on Hours Worked* We investigate the impact of health on working hours in recognition of the fact that leaving the labour market due to persistently low levels of health stock or due to new health shocks, is only one of the possibilities open to employees. We use the first six waves of the HILDA. Journal of Labor Research, , 31, “The Role of Health Insurance in Labor Supply Decisions of Divorced Females.” Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, , 50, “The Effect of Health and Poverty on Early Childhood Cognitive Development.” Atlantic Economic Journal, , 38, (with D. Welsch). Using CPS data, we estimate that between , and million childless adults in the US currently earn less than percent of the poverty line, have employer-provided insurance, and are not eligible for public health ng our labor supply estimates directly to this population, we predict a decline in employment of between.
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Health Shocks and Couples' Labor Supply Decisions Courtney C. Coile. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Economics of Aging, Labor Studies Unexpected health events such as a heart attack or new cancer diagnosis are very common for workers in their 50s and 60s.
Get this from a library. Health Shocks and Couples' Labor Supply Decisions. [Courtney C Coile] -- Unexpected health events such as a heart attack or new cancer diagnosis are very common for workers in their 50s and 60s.
These health shocks can result in a. Get this from a library. Health shocks and couples' labor supply decisions. [Courtney Coile; National Bureau of Economic Research.].
Health Shocks and Couples’ Labor Supply Decisions Courtney C. Coile NBER Working Paper No. September JEL No. J14, J26 ABSTRACT Unexpected health events such as a heart attack or new cancer diagnosis are very common for workers in their 50s and 60s. These health shocks can result in a significant loss in family income.
with a labor supply reduction of 1, hours for men and of hours for women. Second, in the sample as a whole, health shocks have no significant effect on spouse’s retirement for either men or women. Third, there is some evidence that couples respond to Health shocks and couples labor supply decisions book shocks in the way.
Downloadable. Unexpected health events such as a heart attack or new cancer diagnosis are very common for workers in their 50s and 60s. These health shocks can result in a significant loss in family income if the worker reduces labor supply, but the family can also protect itself against this loss if the worker's spouse increases labor supply, generating an "added worker effect.".
and endogeneity problems. These studies also find a negative relationship between health shocks and affected people’s labor supply, some with larger magnitude and some with smaller magnitude compared to studies which use self-reported health. The analysis of spousal health shocks on labor supply is more limited in the literature.
Bouncing Back from Health Shocks: Locus of Control, Labor Supply, and Mortality * Policy-makers worldwide are embarking on school programmes aimed at boosting students’ resilience. One facet of resilience is a belief about cause and effect in life, locus of control.
ICited by: 8. Downloadable. We investigate the effects of health shocks on labor supply among Korean married couples. Consistent with previous work, we find that own health shocks have substantial effects on own labor supply at the extensive margin.
We also find evidence that spousal health shocks affect own labor supply, particularly, for : Kyeongkuk Kim, Sang-Hyop Lee, Timothy J Halliday. Owing to both the projected shortfall in Social Security and an overall anticipated labor shortage, recent policy has focused on ways to alter these labor supply decisions, particularly with regard to affecting retirement behavior and income.
Gustman, Mitchell, and Steinmeier () and Hurd () identify some of the factors that influence. As the labor supply decisions of husbands and wives are likely to be determined jointly and have a dynamic relationship with health and shocks to health and employment, we view these models as purely descriptive but informative of the extent to which joint labor supply decisions may affect the timing of by: Employment-based health insurance coverage is the most common form of health insurance in the United States: in59 percent of non-elderly individuals and 69 percent of non-elderly workers were covered by employer-provided health insurance [Fronstin ].The issue of health insurance being tied to employment in the US health care system has received Cited by: 2.
Author(s): Coile,Courtney,Wellesley College.; Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Title(s): Health shocks and couples' labor supply decisions/ Courtney Coile. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, c Description: 34 p.
The focus of this study is the extreme shock of the death of a spouse. We show that widows, who tend to be secondary earners and face large income losses when their husbands die, increase their labor force participation by more than 11%.
In contrast, widowers, who tend to be primary earners and need to financially support one fewer person when losing.
health and wealth shocks affect retirement decisions. They use data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics to estimate a first-differences model of health and wealth shocks on retirement over the course of the s in the United States.
Their results suggest that acute health shocks are associated with labor. Cai, Mavromaras and Oguzoglu () and Zucchelli et al. (), using the same data as is used in our study, find that health shocks have significant and negative effects on individual labour.
subject to empirical research in Australia and, in particular, neither has the way health shocks interact with these constraints.
The second area addressed in this study is the impact of health shocks on the labour supply decisions of older workers. Cai. Supply shocks have more persistent effects than demand shocks. Demand and supply shocks are equally important in driving business cycle fluctuations of labor market variables.
The authors’ findings for demand shocks are robust to alternative identification schemes involving the response of labor productivity at different Size: KB. Such a model is obviously an appealing candidate for studying the evolution of labor supply and wages following disabling health shocks.
In fact, we show that human capital dynamics may be the primary factor in explaining both observed timing of labor supply responses to disability onset and di erential labor supplies by disabled men across. Labor Supply, Wealth Dynamics, and Marriage Decisions decisions, namely labor supply, household production, savings, and marital decisions, are intercon-nected.
As a consequence, to evaluate the eﬀect of a particular policy on individual decisions and estimate a model of retirement and saving decisions of elderly couples who make. To overcome this issue, the author conducts three studies which exploit three sources of variation in individual valuation of employer-provided group health care.
The first study considers the differential impact of health shocks on self-employed workers and wage and salary workers using panel data from the Health and Retirement Study. which health shocks result in changes in labor market outcomes.
Exploiting detailed admin-istrative earnings and hospital data from Chile, we use propensity score weighting combined with di erence-in-di erences and xed e ects strategies to uncover the role of education in the labor market e ects of health shocks.
This thesis examines the labor force participation decisions of married couples, and special attention is paid to a spouse’s health conditions affecting their own and the spouse’s labor force participation decision. I used the Health and Retirement Study survey data and estimated a seemingly unrelated bivariate probit model.
against each other’s permanent and transitory wage shocks by making joint labor supply decision. Estimation using SIPP panel provides some evidence on household insurance.
Couples insure against both permanent and transitory wage shocks via household labor supply, while labor response is larger to the shocks which are permanent.
human capital and, subsequently, future labor supply choices and income. This suggests an interaction between health and human capital that has not been addressed, and yet ignoring it could lead to a biased assessment of how health and wages, and attendant public policies such as taxes and transfers, affect labor supply over the life cycle.
Household labor supply is an important insurance mechanism against health shocks. Access to health insurance helps households to maintain investment in children's human capital during negative health shocks, which suggests that one benefit of health insurance could arise from reducing the use of costly smoothing mechanisms.
Coile, Courtney C. Health Shocks and Couples’ Labor Supply Decisions.” NBER Working PaperOctober EXTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research: “The Economic. Labor market distortions are common within the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA/Obamacare).
Employers are faced with uncertainty at every turn. As observed from the recently. Finally, using the HRS to identify respondents with a broad range of health shocks, and a comparison group without health shocks to control for differences in change in labor supply associated with insurance source, Bradley et al.
() found that for some specifications of health shocks ECHI encourages continued employment of men, although Cited by: Other types of shocks that may affect labor markets would be in labor supply either due to changes in labor force participation rates or changes in immigration patterns.
For example, a relaxation of immigration policies (i.e., the H-visa program of the late 's in support of the "tech" boom) would shift labor supply outwards putting downward. The exogeneity of this labor supply shock, a result of restrictive border policies, and the division of the West Bank into local labor markets provide a unique environment to study the e⁄ects of labor supply shocks on labor market outcomes.
Using the Palestinian Labor Force Survey for the yearstwo empirical strategies are used toFile Size: KB. American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon) Vermont Avenue NW Suite Washington, DC P: () F: () Author: Amy Davidoff. Childhood health shocks and parental labor supply. Tuesday, J Lullwater Ballroom - Garden Level (Emory Conference Center Hotel) it is less well understood if shocks to children’s health have negative spillovers to parents as well.
Using Danish registry data on health care utilization and socio-economic outcomes for the entire Author: Niels Skipper. Empirical evidence on US aggregate labor supply. In the book Labor Supply by Mark Killingsworth, it is reported that, for US data, temporary increases in real wages, w, tend to increase labor supply, NS, and that permanent increases in w tend to decrease NS.
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Motivation Inalmost one-sixth of the Americans aged between 45 and 53 or their spouses had ﬁled. Labor Supply. New York: Cambridge University Press. Lundberg, Shelly. "Labor Supply of Husbands and Wives: A Simultaneous Equations Approach." Review of Economics and Statistics 70(2): – McGarry, Kathleen.
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a much smaller literature on the negative effects of cash transfers on labor supply in developing countries (Bosch and Manacorda ; Abel ). In developing countries these programs are often used to fight poverty and promote health and education, so their potential negative impact on labor supply is of secondary Size: 1MB.
For married couples, labor supply decisions are integrated. A zero long-run elasticity of labor supply is a more precise statement of what we referred to in the introduction informally as “income and substitution eﬀects canceling.” Nonsep-arability between consumption and labor and nonconcavity of the utility function due to.
The Production Function • Supply or productivity shocks – Supply shock = productivity shock = a change (shift) in an economy’s production function – Supply shocks affect the amount of output that can be produced for a given amount of inputs – Shocks may be positive (increasing output) or negative (decreasing output).welfare program participation, labor supply and savings are all endogenous choices.
Married couples share risk and resources, and enjoy public goods (modeled as economies of scale) in a limited commitment framework.2 We estimate our model using the method of simulated moments (McFadden, ; Pakes and Pollard, ) on pre-reform data from the.Management of the Patient in Labor (French) Paperback – March 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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