Labor Market Policy Research Reports, February 25, 2011 – March 6, 2011

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Written by Sairah Husain   
Monday, 07 March 2011 12:06

This week, we post links to reports from Center for American Progress, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Center for Law & Social Policy, Economic Policy Institute, The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, and Political Economy Research Institute.

Center for American Progress
Race to the Top and Teacher Preparation: Analyzing State Strategies for Ensuring Real Accountability and Fostering Program Innovation
Edward Crowe

Inclusive Capitalism for the American Workforce: Reaping the Rewards of Economic Growth through Broad-based Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing
Richard Freeman, Joseph Blasi, Douglas Kruse

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
House Bill Means Fewer Children in Head Start, Less Help for Students to Attend College, Less Job Training, and Less Funding for Clean Water
James R. Horney, Danilo Trisi and Arloc Sherman

Center for Law & Social Policy
Beyond Basic Skills: State Strategies to Connect Low-Skilled Students to an Employer-Valued Postsecondary Education
Marcie Foster, Julie Strawn, and Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield

Economic Policy Institute
Are Missouri Public Employees Overcompensated?
Jeffrey H. Keefe

Are Minnesota Public Employees Overcompensated?
Jeffrey H. Keefe

The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
African Americans and Social Security: A Primer
Wilhelmina H. Leigh

Political Economy Research Institute
Costly Migration and the Incidence of State and Local Taxes
Jeff Thompson

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