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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, April 27 – May 17, 2013

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Written by Will Kimball   
Friday, 17 May 2013 15:30

The following are the most recent labor market policy research reports:


Center for American Progress

No Justice for the Injured
Billy Corriher

The Importance of Preschool and Child Care for Working Mothers
Sarah Jane Glynn and Jane Farrell


Demos

Underwriting Bad Jobs: How Our Tax Dollars Are Funding Low-Wage Work and Fueling Inequality
Amy Traub and Robert Hiltonsmith         


Economic Policy Institute

Ongoing Joblessness in Texas: African American and Hispanic Unemployment Rates Far Exceed the White Unemployment Rate in the State
Mary Gable and Douglas Hall

Ongoing Joblessness in Michigan: Unemployment Rate for African Americans Tops in Nation, More Than Double the State’s White Rate
Mary Gable and Douglas Hall

Ongoing Joblessness in Mississippi: Unemployment Rate for African Americans Ninth in Nation, More Than Double the state’s White Rate
Mary Gable

Ongoing Joblessness in New Mexico: Unemployment Rate for Hispanics Far Exceeds the State’s White Rate
Mary Gable

Ongoing Joblessness in North Carolina: Unemployment Rate for African Americans Fourth in Nation, More Than Double the State’s White Rate
Mary Gable and Douglas Hall


Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Maternity, Paternity, and Adoption Leave in the United States
Yuko Hara and Ariane Hegewisch


National Employment Law Project

The Path to Responsible Financing of California’s Unemployment Insurance System
Maurice Emsellem, Mike Evangelist, Claire McKenna


Political Economy Research Institute

Demand, Production, and the Determinants of Distribution: A Caveat on “Wage-Led Growth”
Paulo L. dos Santos


Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis

U.S. Size Distribution and the Macroeconomy, 1986-2009
Lance Taylor, Armon Rezai, Rishabh Kumar, Laura de Carvalho and Nelson Barbosa

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