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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, September 15 – September 21, 2012

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Written by Mark Azic   
Friday, 21 September 2012 15:23

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

 

Center for American Progress

Comprehensive Paid Family and Medical Leave for Today’s Families and Workplaces

Heather Boushey and Sarah Jane Glynn

The Repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – 1 Year Later

Crosby Burns and Alex Rothman

Making Saving for Retirement Easier, Cheaper, and More Secure

David Madland

 

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Misconceptions and Realities About Who Pays Taxes

Chuck Marr and Chye-Ching Huang

2011’s Decline in Uninsured is Largest in 13 Years, but Median Income Fell, Inequality Widened, and Poverty Stayed Flat

Arloc Sherman and Danilo Trisi

National Women’s Law Center

Insecure and Unequal: Poverty and Income Among Women and Families, 2000-2011

 

Political Economy Research Institute

The Employment Impacts of a Low-Carbon Fuel Standard for Minnesota

Heidi Garrett-Peltier

Low Pay, Employment and Labor Market Regulation: Lessons from France?

David R. Howell, Bert M. Azizoglu, and Anna Okatenko

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