Disability and Labour Force Participation in Ireland

@inproceedings{Gannon2004DisabilityAL,
  title={Disability and Labour Force Participation in Ireland},
  author={Brenda Gannon and Brian Nolan},
  year={2004}
}
The extent and nature of participation in the labour market by persons affected by disability has a multitude of direct and indirect effects on their living standards and quality of life, and so is a critical area for investigation and policy concern. This paper seeks to quantify the effects of disability on labour force participation in Ireland for the first time. Using data from the Living in Ireland Survey, 2000 and the Quarterly National Household Survey Disability Module 2002, we look at… CONTINUE READING

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