Evaluating an ongoing income maintenance programme

Date of publication: August 1, 1975

Author: Bernard Portis

Abstract:

A secondary analysis of an unemployment survey in Toronto was conducted for the Canadian Unemployment Insurance Commission. (U.I.C.). The survey was of particular interest to the U.I.C. because it provided data on financial adjustment and job search that would not otherwise be available. Such information can be used in reviewing policies or planning administrative procedures. In this paper attention is given to measuring the direct benefits or effects of the revised unemployment insurance program in Canada.

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