Articles & Reports Written by DPS President Ilene Zeitzer
DPS president Ilene Zeitzer speaks as as guest lecturer on Global Comparative Disability Policy at Cornell University's Yang Tan Institute on Employment and Disability.
Golden, T.; Zeitzer, I.; & Bruyere, S. “New Approaches to Disability in Social Policy: The Case of the United States”; chapter in a book,Social Policy in a Changing World; Tuncay Guloglu (editor).
Bruyere, S., Golden, T., & Zeitzer, I. (2007). “Evaluation and Future Prospect of US Return to Work Policies for Social Security Beneficiaries.”Korean Journal of Disability and Employment, (17), (1), pp 53-90; Seoul.
Zeitzer, I. (2005). "An Overview of the Experience of the United States with Employment and Right to Work Protections." White Paper prepared for use by the delegates to the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities. National Council on Disability, Washington D.C.
Zeitzer, I. (2005).Change from Within: International Overview of the Impact of Disabled Politicians and Disability Policy Bodies on Governance.World Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation International, grant # H133A990006, U.S. National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), U.S. Department of Education. World Institute on Disability, Oakland, CA.
Zeitzer, I. & Martinez, K. (2005). “Change from Within: The impact of disabled politicians.”Development Outreach,(3). The World Bank Institute, Washington, D.C.
Zeitzer, I. (2005). “Lessons from the Foreign Experience: How Some Other Countries Deal with the Current U.S. Barriers to Employment of People with Disabilities.” White Paper consultant report for Virginia Commonwealth University grant from the U.S. National Council on Disability (NCD):The Social Security Administration’s Efforts to Promote Employment for People with Disabilities: New Solutions for Old Problems.NCD, Washington, D.C.
Zeitzer, I. (2005).Strengthening Social Services for Persons with Disabilities. International Labour Organization, Sub Regional Office for Central and Eastern Europe and the Moldovan Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. ILO, Budapest.
Zeitzer, I. (2004). “Disabled Persons in Positions of Governance: an analysis”;Disability World; (26) December; http://www.disabilityworld.org/12-02_05/gov/pwdingov.shtml
Zeitzer, I. (2004). “A Tale of Three Countries: Disability reform strategies in the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom” inVocational rehabilitation and employment of people with disabilities: Report of a European Conference, Poland. International Labor Office, Budapest.
Zeitzer, I. (2004).Report to the Government of Albania on the Social Insurance Short-term Sickness Benefit Program. Consultant report for the International Labor Office, Central and Eastern European Team, Budapest.
Cohen, D.F.B. & Zeitzer, I. (2004). “How Governments can Use Technology to Promote Employment of People with Disabilities.”Computers Helping People with Special Needs.ICCHP, Springer: Paris.
Zeitzer, I. & Duncan, B. (2004). "Employment Issues for Women with Disabilities: Opportunities, Programs and Outreach Efforts."Welner’s Guide to the Care of Women with Disabilities. JW Lippencott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA.
Zeitzer, I. (2003). “Administration of Disability Insurance Programs.”Towards Sustainable Social Security Systems. International Social Security Association, Geneva.
Zeitzer, I. & Thornton, P., Bruyere, S., Golden, T. & Houtenville, A. (2003). “What Works and Looking Ahead: A Comparative Study of US and UK Policies and Practices Facilitating Return to Work for People with Disabilities.”UK/US Pathways to Work in the 21st Century. U.S. Department of Labor Seminar & Workshop, May 1-2, 2003; Washington, D.C.
Bruyere, S., Golden, T. & Zeitzer, I. (2003). “What Works and Looking Ahead: US Policies and Practices Facilitating Return to Work for Social Security Beneficiaries.” UK/US Pathways to Work in the 21st Century,U.S. Department of Labor Seminar and Workshop. May 1-2, 2003, Washington, D.C.
Zeitzer, I. (2002). “The Challenges of Disability Pension Policy: Three Western European Case Studies of the Battle against the Numbers.”Reforming Worker Protections: Disability Pensions in Transformation. International Labor Office, Central and Eastern European Team, Budapest.
Zeitzer, I. (2002).Who Returns to Work and Why? Evidence and policy implications from a new disability and work reintegration study.International Social Security Association, Geneva.
Zeitzer, I. (2000). “Outcomes and Lessons from a Two-Year Project to Develop Leadership and Promote Employment for Women with Disabilities.”International Rehabilitation Review.50 (2).
Zeitzer, I. & Kuptsch, C. (1998). “Public disability programmes under new complex pressures.”Social Security at the Close of the 20th Century: Topical issues and new approaches, Developments and Trends in Social Security,1996-1998. International Social Security Association, Geneva.
Zeitzer, I. (1995). “Broadbased retrenchment developments.” “Improving social security programmes’ effectiveness.” “Employment and reintegration measures for disabled or unemployed workers.”Developments and Trends in Social Security 1993-1995.International Social Security Association, Geneva.
Zeitzer, I. (1995). “Social Insurance Provisions for Children with Disabilities in Selected Industrialized Countries.”Social Security Bulletin, 58 (3).
Zeitzer, I. (1994). “Recent European Trends in Disability and Related Programs.”Social Security Bulletin,57 (2).
Zeitzer, I. (1994). “Quality, Effectiveness and Efficiency of Rehabilitation Measures”; International Social Security Association, Study Group on Rehabilitation, Geneva.
Parker, S.B. & Zeitzer, I. (1992). “Women with Disabilities; The Economics of Double Jeopardy.”Contact, Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation (RADAR), the United Kingdom, 74 (Winter).
Zeitzer, I. (1991). “The Role of Assistive Technology in Promoting Return to Work for People with Disabilities: The US and Swedish Systems.”Social Security Bulletin, 54 (7).
Zeitzer, I. (1988). “Disability Case Management in Israel.”Social Security Bulletin; 51 (6).
Zeitzer, I. (1988) “Functional Techniques Help in Assessing Disabled Workers.”Business and Health. (Minter)
Zeitzer, I. & Beedon, L.E. (1987). “Long-Term Disability Programs in Selected Countries.”Social Security Bulletin, 50 (9).
Zeitzer, I. (1983). “Social Security Trends and Developments in Industrialized Countries.”Social Security Bulletin, 46 (3).
Skoler, D. & Zeitzer, I. (1982). “Social Security Appeals Systems: A Nine-Nation Review.”International Social Security Review, 1, Geneva.