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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, February 23 – March 8, 2013

Written by Will Kimball   
Friday, 08 March 2013 15:15

The following is a collection of the latest labor market policy research reports:

Center for Economic and Policy Research

The Human Capital Dimensions of Sustainable Investment: What Investment Analysts Need to Know
Thomas Kochan, Eileen Appelbaum, Carrie Leana and Jody Hoffer Gittell

Center for Law and Social Policy

Implementing Earned Sick Days Laws: Learning from Seattle's Experience
Liz Ben-Ishai

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Changes in TANF Work Requirements Could Make Them More Effective in Promoting Employment
Liz Schott and LaDonna Pavetti


Discredited: How Employment Credit Checks Keep Qualified Workers Out Of A Job
Amy Traub

Economic Policy Institute

Unemployment Rates Are Projected to Remain High for Whites, Latinos, and African Americans Throughout 2013
Algernon Austin

Are Foreign Students the ‘Best and Brightest’?
Norman Matloff

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Valuing Good Health in Portland: The Costs and Benefits of Earned Sick Days
Claudia Williams

The Status of Women and Girls in West Virginia
Cynthia Hess, Ariane Hegewisch and Claudia Williams

National Employment Law Project

Workers’ Rights on ICE (California Report)
Eunice Hyunhye Cho and Rebecca Smith

Tags: employment | inequality | jobs | labor market | paid sick days | poverty | unemployment | women

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