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NYT Discovers ACA Isn't Leading to More Part-Time Work Just Two Months After CEPR

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Saturday, 28 September 2013 09:45

It's always good to see CEPR's research findings picked up in the NYT even if someone else had to do them. In this case, the NYT reports that the Affordable Care Act is not leading to more part-time work. Yes, we showed that two months ago. But hey, the lag is getting much shorter. After all, we warned that the collapse of the housing bubble could lead to a severe recession and serious financial consequences back in 2002. They didn't begin to take that one seriously until the collapse was already in progress.

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