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Problems in the Steenrod algebra
 Bull. London Math. Soc
, 1998
"... This article contains a collection of results and problems about the Steenrod algebra and related algebras acting on polynomials which nonspecialists in topology may find of some interest. Although there are topological allusions throughout the article, the emphasis is on the algebraic development ..."
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This article contains a collection of results and problems about the Steenrod algebra and related algebras acting on polynomials which nonspecialists in topology may find of some interest. Although there are topological allusions throughout the article, the emphasis is on the algebraic development of the Steenrod algebra and its connections to the various topics indicated below. Contents 1 Historical background 4
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"... This article contains a collection of results and problems about the Steenrod algebra and related algebras acting on polynomials which nonspecialists in topology may nd of some interest. Although there are topological allusions throughout the article, the emphasis is on the algebraic development of ..."
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This article contains a collection of results and problems about the Steenrod algebra and related algebras acting on polynomials which nonspecialists in topology may nd of some interest. Although there are topological allusions throughout the article, the emphasis is on the algebraic development of the Steenrod algebra and its connections to the various topics indicated below.
Simulating the Fiscal and Distributional Impacts of Medicaid Eligibility Reforms
"... costs are paid by Medicaid for the poor and for those who spenddown assets to qualify for Medicaid. We estimate the costs and distributional impacts of changes in the Medicaid asset test and the effect on the number of people spending down to Medicaid eligibility levels. Increasing asset threshol ..."
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costs are paid by Medicaid for the poor and for those who spenddown assets to qualify for Medicaid. We estimate the costs and distributional impacts of changes in the Medicaid asset test and the effect on the number of people spending down to Medicaid eligibility levels. Increasing asset thresholds from $2,000 to $12,000 would cost less than $4 billion, reduce spenddown rates, and increase the proportion of people eligible for Medicaid on admission to a nursing home. Even after such a change, about 80 percent of Medicaid benefits accrue to individuals with incomes less than $10,000.