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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, October 12-18, 2013

Written by Teresa Kroeger   
Friday, 18 October 2013 15:45

The following labor market policy research reports were recently released:

Center for American Progress

Financial Access in a Brave New Banking World
Joe Valenti and Deirdre Heiss

Replacing the Sequester
Michael Linden

Center for Law and Social Policy

Random Drug Testing of TANF Recipients is Costly, Ineffective and Hurts Families

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Health Reform Not Causing Significant Shift to Part-Time Work
Paul N. Van de Water


Running in Place: Where the Middle Class and the Poor Meet
Miles Rapoport and Jennifer Wheary

National Employment Law Project

Criminal Records Bulletin October 2013

Super-Sizing Public Costs: How Low Wages at Top Fast-Food Chains Leave Taxpayers Footing the Bill

UC Berkeley Labor Center

Fast Food, Poverty Wages: The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in the Fast-Food Industry
Sylvia Allegretto, Marc Doussard, Dave Graham-Squire, Ken Jacobs, Dan Thompson and Jeremy Thompson

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