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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, January 26 – February 1, 2013

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Written by Will Kimball   
Friday, 01 February 2013 16:00

Here is a collection of the latest labor market policy research reports from the past week:


Center for Economic and Policy Research

Macroeconomic Policy Advice and the Article IV Consultations: A European Union Case Study
Mark Weisbrot and Helene Jorgensen


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

The Relationship Between SNAP and Work Among Low-Income Households
Dottie Rosenbaum

The Fiscal and Economic Risks of Territorial Taxation
Chye-Ching Huang, Chuck Marr, and Joel Friedman


Economic Policy Institute

Vast Majority of Wage Earners Are Working Harder, and For Not Much More
Lawrence Mishel


Global Trade Watch

Prosperity Undermined During Era of Fast Tracked NAFTA and WTO Model Trade Agreements


Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Valuing Good Health in Philadelphia: The Costs and Benefits of Paid Sick Days
Claudia Williams

Tags: labor market | low-income households | macroeconomics | nafta | paid sick days | SNAP | taxes

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