Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Jan 1-21, 2011

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Written by John Schmitt and Sairah Husain   
Friday, 21 January 2011 13:12

A new feature here at the CEPR blog. Once a week, we'll post a list of labor market related policy research reports from progressive research centers around the country. This week's batch includes new reports from CEPR, the Center for American Progress (CAP), the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP), Demos, the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the Institute for Research on Labor (IRLE) and Employment at UCLA, and United for a Fair Economy (UFE).


Center for American Progress (CAP)

Profiting from Healthcare: The Role of For-Profit Schools in Training the Health Care Workforce
Julie Margetta Morgan and Ellen-Marie Whelan


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP)

Social Security Benefits are Modest
Kathy Ruffing and Paul N. Van de Water


Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)

The Social Security Benefits of Sitting Senators
Dean Baker and Kris Warner

Leaves That Pay: Employer and Worker Experiences With Paid Family Leave in California
Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman

Unions and Upward Mobility for Asian American and Pacific Islander Workers
John Schmitt, Hye Jin Rho and Nicole Woo

Implementing the Coverage Provisions of Health Care Reform: What's at Stake for Direct Care Workers
Shawn Fremstad


Demos

Keeping Students Enrolled: How Community Colleges are Boosting Financial Resources for their Students
Viany Orozco and Lucy Mayo


Economic Policy Institute (EPI)

Education is not the Cure for High Unemployment or for Income Inequality
Lawrence Mishel


Institute for Research on Labor and Employment – UCLA

Leaves that Pay: Employer and Worker Experiences with Paid Family Leave in California
Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman


United for a Fair Economy (UFE)

State of the Dream 2011: Austerity for Whom?
Mazher Ali, Jeannette Huezo, Brian Miller, Wanjiku Mwangi, Mike Prokosch

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