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Permanent Disability Benefits in Workers' Compensation. by Monroe Berkowitz and John F. Burton Jr.
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Monroe Berkowitz, John F. Burton. Published: 1 November 1987. in Permanent Disability Benefits in Workers' Compensation. Permanent Disability Benefits in Workers' Compensation; doi:10.
Permanent Disability in Workers’ Compensation. Some Lessons in Workers’ Compensation. In Monroe Berkowitz and M. Anne Hill (ed., Disability and the Labor Market: Economic Problems, Policies and Programs. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press, 1986. Kalamazoo, MI: W. E. Upjohn Institute, 1987. 17. Compare the model formulated on the basis of individual behavior in a non-workers’compensation situation. Models Based on Individual Behavior. In Monroe Berkowitz (e., Measuring the Efficiency of Public Programs. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988.
Berkowitz was a leading authority on the economics of disability and rehabilitation in public programs, private disability insurance, and public and private rehabilitation systems in the . Berkowitz developed the "Ticket to Work" program that was enacted into law in 1999.
by Monroe Berkowitz, John F. ISBN 9780880990509 (978-0-88099-05) Softcover, W E Upjohn Inst for, 1987. Find signed collectible books: 'Permanent Disability Benefits in Worker's Compensation'. Permanent Disability Benefits in Worker's Compensation: ISBN 9780880990509 (978-0-88099-05) Softcover, W E Upjohn Inst for, 1987
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Permanent partial disability benefits represent approximately two-thirds of the total cost of workers' compensation benefits. Berkowitz and Burton (1987) have argued that increasing costs since the National Commission report have triggered a "second wave" of reform, centering on the compensation of permanent partial disability. 2) A number of jurisdictions have reassessed or changed their criteria or procedures for permanent partial benefits, including Florida, which implemented fundamental reform in 1979.
Berkowitz, Monroe; Burton, John . Jr. This document, current through 1986, contains four parts. Part I presents a conceptual framework used to view disability among the working age population; the rudiments and objectives of workers' compensation programs; and an explanation of the criteria of adequacy, equity, and efficiency as used in the report. Part IV evaluates the adequacy, equity, and efficiency of the permanent partial disability benefits in the jurisdictions examined and concludes with a discussion of possible reforms for permanent disability benefits in workers' compensation.