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Labor Market Research Reports, May 5 – 16

Friday, 16 May 2014 19:10

The following reports on labor market policy were recently released:

Economic Policy Institute

Surging Steel Imports Put Up To Half a Million U.S. Jobs at Risk
Terence P. Stewart, Elizabeth J. Drake, Stephanie M. Bell, Jessica Wang, and Robert E. Scott

States Job Growth Shows Cautious Signs of Improvement
David Cooper

Resilience of Black Labor Force Participation: Unemployed African Americans Are Less Likely to Give Up Job Search
Valerie Wilson

Voluntary Quits Barely Budge: Critical Loss of Opportunities for Young Workers
Heidi Shierholz

Center for Economic and Policy Research

New Book Examines Private Equity’s Role in the U.S. Economy & Labor Market
Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt

National Employment Law Project

Who's the Boss: Restoring Accountability for Labor Standards in Outsourced Work
Catherine Ruckelshaus, Rebecca Smith, Sarah Leberstein, and Eunice Cho

Statewide Bad the Box: Reducing Unfair Barriers to Employment of People with Criminal Records
NELP Staff

Fairness Delayed: Ongoing Poverty at the Philadelphia International Airport
Anastasia Christman

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

What Do OECD Data Really Show About U.S. Taxes and Reducing Inequality?
Chye-Ching Huang and Nathaniel Frentz

State Taxes Have Negligible Impact on Americans’ Interstate Moves
Michael Mazerov

Chart Book: The Legacy of the Great Recession
CBPP Staff

Center for American Progress

Reducing Poverty Through Climate Action
Molly Elgin-Cossart, Cathleen Kelly, and Abigail Jones

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