Research Brief: National and Administrative Datasets Available to Explore Rehabilitation Related Research on Disability and Employer Practices
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A number of large national and administrative datasets collect rich information on a range of topics that can inform specific rehabilitation research and policy questions. However, for those who desire to use these files, it has traditionally been an arduous task to learn their finer details. A new online catalog compiled by the Cornell University RRTC team enables researchers to more readily understand the variables contained in these files and to assess which subset of files contain similar measures for cross-data comparison studies.
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This brief summarizes the research article “Rehabilitation Related Research on Disability and Employer Practices Using Individual Based National and AdministrativeDatasets” by Zafar Nazarov, William A. Erickson, and Susanne M. Bruyère, 2013, Cornell University Working Paper.
Disability; Employment; Impairment; Independent Living; Policy; Poverty; Rehabilitation; Schools; Social Security; Special Education; SSDI; Students
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