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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, June 7-17, 2011

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Written by Jane Farrell   
Monday, 20 June 2011 09:30

The Center for American Progress, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Employment Policy Research Network, and Political Economy Research Institute released reports on labor-market policy over the past week.


Center for American Progress

Partnering for Compensation Reform: Collaborations between Union and District Leadership in Four School Systems
Meg Sommerfeld


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Camp-Hatch Proposal Would Harm Long-Term Unemployed and Weaken Recovery
Michael Leachman, Hannah Shaw, and Chad Stone


Employment Policy Research Network

Underemployment Problems Experienced By Workers Dislocated From Their Jobs Between 2007 and 2009
Joseph McLaughlin, Mykhaylo Trubskyy, and Andrew Sum

No Rights Without a Remedy: The Long Struggle for Effective National Labor Relation Act Remedies
Ellen Dannin

Why At-Will Employment Is Bad for Employers and Just Cause is Good for Them
Ellen Dannin

What We Owe Our Coal Miners
Anne Marie Lofaso

Economic Analysis of Labor Markets and Labor Law: An Institutional/Industrial Relations Perspective
Bruce Kaufman


Political Economy Research Institute

Employment Estimates for Energy Efficiency Retrofits of Commercial Buildings
Dr. Heidi Garrett-Peltier

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