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10/26/2000: COBRA and Household Health Insurance Decisions (Carolyn Looff and Associates, for the U.S. Department of Labor)
Excerpt: In this project, we examine health insurance decisions of families after the onset of unemployment, retirement, or a reduction in hours of work by either the husband or wife.... Overall, our results suggest that the estimated effect of COBRA on own or spouse's coverage is small.... These results reinforce the idea that it is important to consider health insurance options for the entire family when considering the effects of insurance continuation mandates such as COBRA.
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