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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, April 2 – 6, 2012

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Written by Marie-Eve Augier   
Friday, 06 April 2012 14:30

The following papers are highlights this week in labor market policy research:


Center for American Progress

Taking Action on Clean Energy and Climate Protection in 2012: A Menu of Effective and Feasible Solutions
Jason Walsh and Kate Gordon


Center for Economic and Policy Research

Low-wage Workers Are Older and Better Educated than Ever
John Schmitt and Janelle Jones


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

The Impact of State Income Taxes on Low-Income Families In 2011
Phil Oliff, Chris Mai, and Nicholas Johnson

Tax Foundation Figures Do Not Represent Typical Households’ Tax Burdens: Figures May Mislead Policymakers, Journalists, and the Public
Chuck Marr and Chye-Ching Huang

The Texas Economic Model: Hard For Other States to Follow and Not All It Seems
Elizabeth McNichol and Nicholas Johnson


Demos

The Great Cost Shift: How Higher Education Cuts Undermine the Future Middle Class
John Quinterno


Economic Policy Institute

Unfairly Disadvantaged? Asian Americans and Unemployment During and After the Great Recession (2007-2011)
Marlene Kim


National Employment Law Project & Center for Law and Social Policy

A Breakthrough for Work Sharing: A Summary of the Layoff Prevention Act of 2012
Neil Ridley and George Wentworth

Tags: AAPI | education | taxes | work sharing

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