List of contributors. Introduction (D.S. Salkever, A. Sorkin). The relationship between labor market outcomes and physical and mental health: exogenous human capital or endogenous health production? (S.L. Ettner). Within-group "structural" tests of labor-market discrimination: a study of persons with serious disabilities (D.S. Salkever, M.E. Domino). The changing economic status of disabled women, 1982-1991: trends and their determinants (R. Haveman et al.). Behavioral responses to changes in disability policy: the role of measured limitation on inferences (B. Kreider). Empirical models of employees' disabilities due to injury: return-to-work outcome and claim duration under private long-term disability insurance (D.S. Salkever, J.A. Singogle and M. Purushothaman). Will expanding health care coverage for people with disabilities increase their employment and earnings? Evidence from an analysis of the SSI work incentive program (D.C. Stapleton, A.F. Tucker). The labor market effects of mental illness: the case of affective disorders (D.E. Marcotte, V. Wilcox-Gok and D.P. Redmon). Syndromal effects of psychiatric disorders on labor force exits (E.P. Slade, L.A. Albers). The role of disability in the study of job loss and reemployment probabilities (S. Bernell).