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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Sept. 19 – 23, 2011

Written by Alexandra Mitukiewicz   
Friday, 23 September 2011 14:45

A roundup of the labor market research reports released this week.

Center for American Progress

The Jobs Case for Conservation: Creating Opportunity Through Stewardship of America’s Public Lands
Jessica Goad, Christy Goldfuss and Tom Kenworthy

A Better, More Diverse Senior Executive Service in 2050: More Representative Leadership Will Improve the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Federal Government
Jitinder Kohli, John Gans and James Hairston

Center for Law and Social Policy

American Jobs Act: New Work and Learning Opportunities for Low-Income, Unemployed Adults and Youth

Employment Policy Research Network

The Continued Collapse of the Nation’s Teen Summer Job Market: Who Worked in the Summer of 2011?
Andrew Sum, Ishwar Khatiwada and Sheila Palma

National Employment Law Project

Coming Back for More: Michigan Lawmakers Aim to Cut Unemployment Insurance for Second Time in Six Months
Mike Evangelist and Rick McHugh

The Rights of Migrant Workers and Their Families in an Irregular Situation
Rebecca Smith

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