Income Security, Insurance, and Benefits

October 1981
ILR Review;Oct81, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p155
Academic Journal
The article presents an update on research efforts related to income security, insurance and benefits, as of October 1981. Miriam Ostow and Charles Brecher are examining the infusion of funds in the health service industry from all sources in New York City since 1965. Gilbert Nestel and Herbert Parnes are investigating retirement trends and experiences. Don Ronchi and Jack Sparacino are analyzing evidence of the effectiveness of psychotherapy for old people and whether psychologists should be allowed direct reimbursement for treating Medicare insurance beneficiaries instead of having to go through a physician.


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