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May 7, 2013

'Extended Benefits Didn’t Keep People From Taking Jobs'

We can be "kinder and gentler" without destroying (or even much affecting) the job market:
Extended Benefits Didn’t Keep People From Taking Jobs, by Amy Schatz, WSJ: Extended unemployment insurance benefits in the most recent recession prompted some people who would otherwise have dropped out of the workforce to stay in a little longer, but didn’t encourage people to reject jobs, according to new research recently released by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco [by] Robert Valletta, a San Francisco Fed economist and Henry Farber, a Princeton University economist...

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