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|Academic Paper: Why Did Employee Health Insurance Contributions Rise?|
National Bureau of Economic Research [NBER]
Apr. 11, 2002
Working paper, April 2002. SSRN.com charges $5 to download. Excerpt: We explore the causes of the dramatic rise in employee contributions to health insurance over the past two decades. In 1982, 44% of those who were covered by their employer-provided health insurance had their costs fully financed by their employer, but by 1998 this had fallen to 28%.
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