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Table 5 Decompositions results

From: Reconciling findings on the employment effect of disability insurance

First approach ΔE Δ W b E b ¯ E n ¯ Δ W b E d ¯ E n ¯ W n ¯ Δ E n W b ¯ Δ E b W d ¯ Δ E d
1990-1996       
Men, 25-61 -3.06 -5.54 0.02 1.75 1.19 -0.47
Men, 25-44 -4.79 -4.72 -0.09 0.09 -0.12 0.05
Men, 45-54 -7.26 -7.06 0.45 1.45 1.63 -3.72
Men, 55-61 0.84 -6.57 -0.08 3.52 2.42 1.55
1996-2004       
Men, 25-61 -7.33 -1.80 -0.58 -2.87 -1.31 -0.78
Men, 25-44 -11.46 -1.07 -1.03 -5.78 -1.02 -2.57
Men, 45-54 -4.29 -1.16 -0.33 -3.39 -0.88 1.46
Men, 55-61 -2.27 -1.19 0.23 1.18 -2.03 -0.46
Second approach ΔE Δ W b E b ¯ E n ¯ Δ W n E n ¯ E d ¯ W n ¯ Δ E n W b ¯ Δ E b W d ¯ Δ E d
1990-1996       
Men, 25-61 -3.06 -2.48 -3.04 1.75 1.19 -0.47
Men, 25-44 -4.79 -2.47 -2.34 0.09 -0.12 0.05
Men, 45-54 -7.26 -3.39 -3.22 1.45 1.63 -3.72
Men, 55-61 0.84 -1.49 -5.16 3.52 2.42 1.55
1996-2004       
Men, 25-61 -7.33 -0.69 -1.69 -2.87 -1.31 -0.78
Men, 25-44 -11.46 -0.46 -1.64 -5.78 -1.02 -2.57
Men, 45-54 -4.29 -0.44 -1.05 -3.39 -0.88 1.46
Men, 55-61 -2.27 -0.31 -0.65 1.18 -2.03 -0.46
  1. Notes: The table shows decomposition results for the period 1990-1996 and 1996-2004 using corrected person-month weights as explained in Appendix A. The first approach refers to the decomposition shown in equation (1), the second approach refers to the decomposition shown in equation (2). Source: SIPP matched to SSA administrative records.