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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, November 23- December 6, 2013

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Written by Teresa Kroeger   
Tuesday, 10 December 2013 09:41

The following labor market policy research reports were recently released:

Center for American Progress

Economic Snapshot: November 2013
Christian E. Weller and Sam Ungar

The Great Laissez-Faire Experiment: American Inequality and Growth from an International Perspective
David R. Howell

The Impact of Inequality on Growth
Jared Bernstein

The Impact of Redistributive Tax and Transfer Programs on Risk-Taking Behavior and Labor Mobility
Adriana Kugler

No Place Like Home: Addressing Poverty and Homelessness in the United States
Tracey Ross

Real Family Values: Paid Family Leave
Jack Jenkins

Training for Success: A Policy to Expand Apprenticeships in the United States
Ben Olinsky and Sarah Ayres

Trickle-Down Economics and Broken Promises: How Inequality Is Holding Back Our Economy
Ben Olinsky and Asher Mayerson

 

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Expiring Medicaid and CHIP Provisions Should Be Extended in End-of-Year Legislation
Edwin Park and Judith Solomon

 

Demos

The Challenge of Credit Card Debt for the African American Middle Class
Catherine Ruetschlin and Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

 

Economic Policy Institute

Low Wages and Scant Benefits Leave Many In-Home Workers Unable to Make Ends Meet
Heidi Shierholz

 

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Access to Earned Sick Days in Eugene, Oregon
Claudia Williams

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