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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Jan. 22-28, 2011

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Written by Sairah Husain and John Schmitt   
Friday, 28 January 2011 14:30
This is the second install 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 the Center for American Progress (CAP), the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP), the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), and the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI).


Center for American Progress

Unconstitutional and Costly: The High Price of Local Immigration Enforcement
Gebe Martinez


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

TANF Responded Unevenly to Increase in Need During Downturn: Findings Suggest Needed Improvements When Program Reauthorized
LaDonna Pavetti, Danilo Trisi, and Liz Schott


Economic Policy Institute

Beyond 'Normal': Raising the Retirement Age is the Wrong Approach for Social Security
Monique Morrissey and Anna Turner


Institute for Women's Policy Research

Social Security: Especially Vital to Women and People of Color, Men Increasingly Reliant
Heidi Hartmann, Jeff Hayes, Robert Drago


Political Economy Research Institute

Achieving Ethical Trade through Social Tariffs: The SITS Regime
George DeMartino, Jonathan Moyer, and Kate Watkins

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très bon blog!
written by muondo, February 02, 2011 3:13
un blog excellent et des contenus pertinents!

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