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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, April 19-25, 2014

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Written by Jeffery Gianattasio   
Friday, 25 April 2014 15:04

The following reports on labor market policy were recently released:

Urban Institute:

Impact of the Great Recession and Beyond: Disparities in Wealth Building by Generation and Race
Signe-Mary McKernan, Caroline Ratcliffe, C. Eugene Steuerle, and Sisi Zhang

Center for Economic and Policy Research:

Expanding Family and Medical Leave to Small Firms
Helene Jorgensen and Eileen Appelbaum

Center for American Progress:

Economic Snapshot: April 2014
Christian E. Weller

The Benefits of Increasing the Minimum Wage for People of Color
Vanessa Cárdenas

Demos:

Fast Food Failure: How CEO-to-Worker Pay Disparity Undermines the Industry and the Overall Economy
Catherine Ruetschlin

How State Banks Can Reduce Student Debt
Jared Gardner

Economic Policy Institute:

The Top 1 Percent’s Share of Income from Wealth Has Been Rising for Decades
Josh Bivens

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

The Gender Wage Gap by Occupation and by Race and Ethnicity, 2013
Ariane Hegewisch and Stephanie Keller Hudiburg

Tags: gender inequality | minimum wage | paid family leave | women

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