People with diabetes experience increasing needs for accommodation as their workability diminishes due to their disease. Companies and society have economic incentives to ensure that people with diabetes keep their attachment to the labour market. In the present paper, we estimate the preferences and willingness to pay (WTP) among people with diabetes for going on part-time, receiving job accommodation relative to skills, having more breaks during working hours, and taking time off during working hours for medical visits/educational activities. Using a latent class model, we test and showcase how preferences and WTP vary over individual and job characteristics.
- Jacob LadenburgMette Andersen NexøBryan ClealFrederik Thuesen
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Published inLabour - review of labour economics and industrial relations