Working Papers

Working Papers provide comprehensive information on a research project’s objectives, background, methods, and findings. Many working papers are later published in journals and books.

FY2021 Papers

WI21-02: Retirement in the Context of Intergenerational Transfers
WI21-04: The Changing Task Content of Jobs for Older Workers in the United States
WI21-05: The Effects of Expanding Access to Mental Health Services on SS(D)I Applications and Awards
WI21-07: Economic Security in Retirement: How Does Borrowing from Home Equity After a Health Shock Affect Health Outcomes?
WI21-08: Employment Shocks, Unemployment Insurance, and Caregiving
WI21-10: Older Adult Out-of-Pocket Pharmaceutical Spending After Home Mortgage Payoff
WI21-11: Consequences and Response to Identity Theft Victimization among Older Americans
WI21-01: Using SSDI Conversations in Online Forums to Improve Communication and Outreach
WI21-03: Assessing Vulnerability to Social Security Scams
WI21-Q1: Access to a Local Public Housing Authority Office and SSI Participation
JSIT21-01: The Effect of the SSI Student Earned Income Exclusion on Education and Labor Supply
JSIT21-02: Income Volatility and Social Security: Understanding Farm Losses and their Implications
JSIT21-03: SSI Policy and Homeownership: Patterns Across Categories of Disability and Race
JSIT21-04: The Impact of Medicaid Enrollment Expansion on the Health Well-being of Social Security Beneficiaries
JSIT21-05: Medicaid Receipt and Health Outcomes in Youth with Sickle Cell Disease
EMF21-01: Does a Requirement to Offer Retirement Plans Help Low-Income Workers Save for Retirement? An Early Evidence from the OregonSaves Program
EMF21-02: The Role of Health Insurance in the Latinx-White Wealth Gap in the United States
EMF21-03: Effects of Income Payment Timing on Financial Shortfalls for Retirees and People with Disabilities
IRP21-01: Labor Force Transitions, Income Changes, and Poverty Entries among Older Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic