Valuing access to work
Bealing, Michael; Krieble, Todd; Pambudi, Daniel | March 2017
NZIER was commissioned by the Blind Foundation to analyse the economic impact of the potential outcomes from improving access to employment for people with disabilities (PWD). PWD are more likely to be not employed or in part-time employment than people without disability (PWoD). This impacts on the living standards experienced by individuals with a disability and government spending due to the fiscal liability of long-term welfare dependence. The Government has set a goal of reducing the burden of long-term welfare dependency by reducing the number of people requiring income support.1 Improving access to employment for PWD is one way to reduce their dependency on welfare and improve their living standards.
CitationBealing, Michael; Krieble, Todd; Pambudi, Daniel. 2017. Valuing access to work. © New Zealand Institute of Economic Research. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7142.
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