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Status and Policy Challenges of Injured Workers: Return-to-Work After a Workplace Injury
Status and Policy Challenges of Injured Workers: Return-to-Work After a Workplace Injury
  • Table of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introduction
    Chapter 6 Conclusion: Directions for Policy Improvements to Facilitate the Return-to-Work by Workers Injured from Industrial Accidents
    Chapter 3 Status of Economic Activities After Returning to Work
    Chapter 4 Maintaining Job After Returning to Work: Analysis of Employment Insurance Records of Workers Injured from Industrial Accidents
    Chapter 5 International Comparative Research of Rehabilitation Programs of Industrial Accident Insurance Systems: Korea, Germany, and Japan
    Chapter 6 Conclusion: Directions for Policy Improvements to Facilitate the Return-to-Work by Workers Injured from Industrial Accidents​

  • SUMMARY
    Every year 90,000 workers are injured by industrial accidents of which slightly less than 2000 cases end with the death of workers and over 30,000 workers are left with disabilities even after recuperation. Disabilities cause workers to loose a part or all of their ability to work, making it difficult for workers injured by industrial accidents to return to work after recuperation. This research utilizes the raw data of the industrial accident insurance panel survey and the record of the those insured by the employment insurance to understand the status of return-to-work by workers injured by industrial accidents. This research attempts to measure the return-to-work using the multinomial logit model, the wage function after returning to work using Heckman’s two-step estimation method, number of unemployment according to the ordered probit analysis, and the job duration using the competing risks model. Following a comparison of rehabilitation programs for workers injured by industrial accidents in Korea, Germany, and Japan, policy opinions are presented to facilitate the return-to-work.
Seung-Yeol Yee's other publications : 22
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22 Freelance, the Job of the Future (I): Content Creators Seung-Yeol Yee, Yong-Kwan Lee, Sangkyu Lee December 28, 2018 Freelance, the Job of the Future (I): Content Creators
21 A Study on Middle and Old-aged Self-employed Workers Seung-Yeol Yee, Yeong Jeong Son December 28, 2018 A Study on Middle and Old-aged Self-employed Workers
20 Old-Age Pension Beneficiaries: Labor Supply and Policy Tasks Seung-Yeol Yee December 29, 2017 Old-Age Pension Beneficiaries: Labor Supply and Policy Tasks
19 Comprehensive Evaluation of the Youth Labor Market Policy: Literature Review Seung-Yeol Yee, Se-Um Kim, Jin-Young Kim, Jae Min Seong, Sun Jung Oh, Min-Ki Hong December 29, 2017 Comprehensive Evaluation of the Youth Labor Market Policy: Literature Review
18 Status and Policy Challenges of Injured Workers: Return-to-Work After a Workplace Injury Seung-Yeol Yee, Seungwook Lee December 30, 2016 Status and Policy Challenges of Injured Workers: Return-to-Work After a Workplace Injury
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