Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: Introduction and Economic Models. 1. Workers' Benefits and Models of Worker Behavior. 2. History of Workers' Benefits in the United States. 3. Health Benefits Costs: The Value of an Integrated Approach. 4. Human Capital. 5. Labor Supply Model Over Time: The Life Cycle Diagram. 6. Uncertainty Risk Aversion and the Demand for Insurance. Part II: Social Insurance. 7. Workers' Compensation. 8. Social Security Disability Insurance, ADA and Temporary Disability Insurance. 9. Unemployment Insurance. 10. Social Security: Retirement Medicare and Survivor Benefits. Part III: Employee Benefits. 11. Group Insurance: Regulation Taxation and Funding. 12. Medical and Dental Expense Benefits. 13. Disability: Short and Long Term Sick Leave and Long Term Care Insurance. 14. Group Life Insurance. 15. Retirement and Profit Sharing Plans. 16. Other Benefits. Appendix: Research Tools in Social Insurance and Employee Benefits. References. Index.
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