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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, March 23 – April 12, 2013

Written by Will Kimball   
Friday, 12 April 2013 14:20

The following are the most recent labor market policy research reports:

Center for American Progress

The High Cost of Youth Unemployment
Sarah Ayres

Growing the Wealth: How Government Encourages Broad-Based Inclusive Capitalism
David Madland and Karla Walter

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Earned Income Tax Credit Promotes Work, Encourages Children’s Success at School, Research Finds
Chuck Marr, Jimmy Charite, and Chye-Ching Huang


Stuck: Young America's Persistent Jobs Crisis
Catherine Ruetschlin and Tamara Draut      

Economic Policy Institute

The Class of 2013: Young Graduates Still Face Dim Job Prospects
Heidi Shierholz, Natalie Sabadish and Nicholas Finio

Employment Policy Research Network

Connecting the Disconnected: Improving Education and Employment Outcomes Among Disadvantaged Youth
Peter Edelman and Harry J. Holzer

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Quality Employment for Women in the Green Economy: Industry, Occupation, and State-by-State Job Estimates
Ariane Hegewisch, Jeff Hayes, Tonia Bui, Anlan Zhang

Women and the Care Crisis: Valuing In-Home Care in Policy and Practice
Cynthia Hess

Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

Further to Go: Job Creation in African American Communities
Michael Wenger and Ying Li

National Employment Law Project

Scarring Effects: Demographics of the Long-Term Unemployed and the Danger of Ignoring the Jobs Deficit
Mike Evangelist and Anastasia Christman

Tags: earned income tax credit | education | jobs | labor market | unemployment | wealth | women

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