Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Feb. 5 - 11, 2011

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Written by Sairah Husain   
Friday, 11 February 2011 13:15

This is the fourth installment of a new weekly feature at the CEPR blog. Every Friday, we'll post a list of labor market related policy research reports from progressive research centers around the country. This week, reports from Center for American Progress, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Economic Policy Institute, Institute for Women's Policy Research, National Employment Law Project, and Political Economy Research Institute.

Center for American Progress

Disrupting College: How Disruptive Innovation Can Deliver Quality and Affordability to Postsecondary Education
Clayton M. Christensen, Michael B. Horn, Louis Soares, Louis Caldera


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Rebuilding the Unemployment Insurance System: A Deficit-Neutral Plan That Limits Tax Increases and Maintains Benefits
Michael Leachman, Andrew Stettner, Iris J. Lav, Hannah Shaw and Rick McHugh

Repealing Health Reform's Maintenance of Effort Provision Could Cause Millions of Children, Parents, Seniors, and People With Disabilities to Lose Coverage
Judith Solomon


Economic Policy Institute

Are Indiana Public Employees Over-Compensated?
Jeffrey H. Keefe

Are Ohio Public Employees Over-Compensated?
Jeffrey H. Keefe

Are Wisconsin Public Employees Over-Compensated?
Jeffrey H. Keefe

The State of Working America
Economic Policy Institute


Institute for Women's Policy Research

San Francisco's Paid Sick Leave Ordinance: Outcomes for Employers and Employees
Robert Drago and Vicky Lovell


National Employment Law Project

Rebuilding the Unemployment Insurance System: A Deficit-Neutral Plan That Limits Tax Increases and Maintains Benefits
Michael Leachman, Andrew Stettner, Iris J. Lav, Hannah Shaw and Rick McHugh


Political Economy Research Institute

New Jobs – Cleaner Air: Employment Effects Under Planned Changes to EPA's Air Pollution Rules
James Heintz, Heidi Garrett-Peltier, Ben Zipperer

Dynamics of Output and Employment in the U.S. Economy
Deepankar Basu and Duncan K. Foley

Outsourcing, Demand and Employment Loss in U.S. Manufacturing, 1990-2005
James Burke, Seung-Yun Oh, and Gerald Epstein

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