Unemployment Insurance Research
Current Projects and Available Research

Current Projects

  1. Reemployment Eligibility Assessment Demonstrations
  2. Unemployment Insurance Deficit Financing Study

Recently Completed Available Research

    UI Benefit Studies

  1. Demonstration and Evaluation of the Short-Time Compensation Program in Iowa and Oregon
  2. Evaluation of the Unemployment Compensation Provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009
  3. Longitudinal Survey of Unemployment Insurance Recipients
  4. Additional Unemployment Compensation Benefits During the Great Recession: Recipients and Their Post-Claim Outcomes
  5. Research Study of Unemployment Exhaustees
  6. Evaluation of the Army Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Military Members (UCX) Claimants Initiative
  7. Implementation of the EUC08 Reemployment Services and Reemployment Eligibility Assessments Program: Findings from Nine States
  8. The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Act of 2008 (EUC08) Program in Theoretical and Historical Perspective
  9. States' Decisions to Adopt Unemployment Compensation Provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  10. Reemployment Studies

  11. REA Impact Study: Implementation Report
  12. A Study of the Self-Employment Assistance program: Helping Unemployed Workers Pursue Self-Employment
  13. Evaluation of the Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) Initiative — "How to Construct a Comparison Group”
  14. Evaluation of the Re-Employment and Eligibility Assessment Initiative and Report to Congress on REAs — 2011
  15. Impact of the Re-Employment and Eligibility Assessment Initiative in Nevada”
  16. DOL Review and Evaluation of Reemployment Research (CLEAR Project)
  17. Strategies for Connecting Unemployment Insurance Claimants to the Workforce System: Findings from the Implementation Study of the Workforce Connectivity Grant Program
  18. UI Program Operation Studies

  19. Unemployment Insurance Call Center Study
  20. UI and the Economy

  21. The Role of Unemployment Insurance As an Automatic Stabilizer During a Recession
  22. An Analysis of UI Non-Filers (using the 2005 CPS Supplement Survey Data)

In addition, all prior research and evaluation reports sponsored by the Employment and Training Administration can be found on the ETA Research Publication Database.