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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, April 4-8, 2011

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Written by Sairah Husain   
Friday, 08 April 2011 11:15

This week, we post links to reports from Center for American Progress, Center for Economic and Policy Research, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Economic Policy Institute.


Center for American Progress

The Importance and Promise of American Manufacturing: Why it Matters if We Make it in America and Where We Stand Today
Michael Ettlinger and Kate Gordon


Center for Economic and Policy Research

The Ryan Medicare Plan: Winners and Losers
Dean Baker and David Rosnick


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Earned Income Tax Credit Overpayment and Error Issues
Robert Greenstein and John Wancheck

Chairman Ryan’s Proposal to Block Grant SNAP (Food Stamps) Rests on False Claims about Program Growth: Recent Increases in SNAP Spending Largely Reflect the Recession; Program Does Not Contribute to Nation’s Long-Term Budget Problems
Dottie Rosenbaum

Tax Holiday for Overseas Corporate Profits Would Increase Deficits, Fail to Boost the Economy, and Ultimately Shift More Investment and Jobs Overseas
Chuck Marr and Brian Highsmith


Economic Policy Institute

'Right-to-Work Wrong for New Hampshire'
Gordon Lafer

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