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Disability Insurance (DI) programs have long been criticized by economists for apparent work disincentives. Some countries have recently modied their programs such that DI recipients are allowed to keep some of their benets if they return to work, and other countries are considering similar return-towork policies. However, there is little empirical evidence of the eectiveness of programs that incentivize the return to work by DI recipients. Using a local randomized experiment that arises from adoi:10.3386/w19016 fatcat:pdmblueoh5aahbu5zf4udogsme