Government Old-Age Support and Labor Supply: Evidence from the Old Age Assistance Program
NBER Working Paper No. 22132
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We thank Courtney Coile, Joe Ferrie, Andrew Goodman-Bacon, Jon Guryan, Eric Hilt, Lorenz Kueng, Phil Levine, Matt Notowidigdo, Gal Wettstein, Heidi Williams, and seminar participants at Berkeley, Boston College, Calgary, Clemson, Davis, Harvard, Queen's, McGill, Montréal, the Minneapolis Fed, Nebraska, Northwestern, NYU-Stern, Rutgers, Stanford, SUNY-Buffalo, UBC, UCLA, UVA, Wellesley, Williams, UW-Madison, the NBER DAE and PE program meetings, and the annual meetings of the AEA, EHA, and NTA for helpful comments. We thank Rose Burnam, Angelina Li, Paul Mohnen, and Jordan Norris for excellent research assistance. We both gratefully acknowledge financial support from National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant SES-1628860. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.