Journal Article Marital Disruption and Health Insurance
H. Elizabeth Peters, Kosali Simon, Jamie Rubenstein
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Despite the high levels of marital disruption in the United States and the fact that a significant portion of health insurance coverage for those less than age 65 is based on family membership, surprisingly little research is available on the consequences of marital disruption for the health insurance coverage of men, women, and children.
Research Areas Families
Tags Family and household data
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population