Dismantling the poverty trap : disability policy for the 21st century|Policy brief

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July 2005
10 p

This policy brief highlights that public expenditures to support disabled people in America are growing at an unsustainable rate given working-age Americans with disabilities are more likely to live in poverty than other Americans. The paper provides suggestions for implementing broad, systemic reforms to promote economic self-sufficiency for people with disabilities. This policy brief is useful for policy makers, practitioners and people with disabilities interested in American policies for people with disabilities

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