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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, November 2 – November 9, 2012

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Written by Mark Azic   
Friday, 09 November 2012 16:48

Here’s a roundup of labor market research reports released in the past week:

Center for American Progress

Why Gay and Transgender Workers and Families Need Paid Sick Days

Kellan Baker and Crosby Burns

Center for Economic Policy and Research

Reducing Inequality and Insecurity: Rethinking Labor and Employment Policy for the 21st Century

Eileen Appelbaum

Married…Without Means

Shawn Fremstad

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Are Low-Income Programs Enlarging the Nation’s Long-Term Fiscal Problem?

Robert Greenstein and Richard Kogan

Economic Policy Institute

Polishing Apple: Fair Labor Association Gives Foxconn and Apple Undue Credit for Labor Rights Progress

Scott Nova and Isaac Shapiro

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