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Half in Ten: Why Taking Disability into Account is Essential to Reducing Income Poverty and Expanding Economic Inclusion
September 2009, Shawn Fremstad

Workplace Innovation and Labor Policy Leadership: A Challenge to Business, Labor, and Government
April 2009, Thomas A. Kochan, Eileen Appelbaum, Jody Hoffer Gittell, Carrie Leana, and Richard A. Gephardt

Unions and Upward Mobility for Service-Sector Workers
April 2009, John Schmitt

Dropping the Ax: Illegal Firings During Union Election Campaigns, 1951-2007
March 2009, John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer

Leave No Child Behind
January 2009, Shawn Fremstad

Measuring Poverty and Economic Inclusion
December 2008, Shawn Fremstad

Oil Drilling in Environmentally Sensitive Areas: The Role of the Media
September 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Nichole Szembrot

Parental Leave Policies in 21 Countries: Assessing Generosity and Gender Equality
September 2008, Rebecca Ray, Janet C. Gornick and John Schmitt

Movin’ On Up: Reforming America’s Social Contract to Provide a Bridge to the Middle Class
February 2008, Shawn Fremstad, Rebecca Ray, Liz Chimienti, and John Schmitt

Bridging the Gaps: A Picture of How Work Supports Work in Ten States
October 2007, Randy Albelda and Heather Boushey, with Elizabeth Chimienti, Rebecca Ray, and Ben Zipperer

Job Tenure and Firm Size Provisions Exclude Many Young Parents from Family and Medical Leave
June 2007, Heather Boushey and John Schmitt

Celebrating Pork: The Dubious Success of the Medicare Drug Benefit
March 2007, Dean Baker

The Decline in African-American Representation in Unions and Manufacturing, 1979-2006
March 2007, John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer

Dropping the Ax: Illegal Firings During Union Election Campaigns
January 2007, John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer

Book Review: "Selling Women Short"
October 2006, Heather Boushey

Tag-Team Parenting
August 2006, Heather Boushey

Analysis of NY 'Fair Share for Health Care' Bill
May 2006, John Schmitt

Are Women Opting Out? Debunking the Myth
November 2005, Heather Boushey

Student Debt: Bigger and Bigger
September 2005, Heather Boushey

Gender Bias in the Current Economic Recovery?: Declining Employment Rates for Women in the 21st Century
August 2005, Heather Boushey, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

Finding the Better Fit: Receiving Unemployment Insurance Increases Likelihood of Re-employment with Health Insurance
April 23, 2005, (CEPR/EPI) Heather Boushey and Jeff Wenger

Family-Friendly Policies: Boosting Mothers' Wages
April 2005, Heather Boushey

Social Security: The Most Important Anti-Poverty Program for Children
March 29, 2005, Heather Boushey

When Done Right, Work Supports Work: Medicaid and Mothers' Employment and Wages
March 2005, Heather Boushey

Who's Dreaming? Homeownership Among Low Income Families
January 2005, Dean Baker

The Crisis in America's Housing: Confronting Myths and Promoting a Balanced Housing Policy
January 2005, Dushaw Hockett, Patrick McElwee, Danilo Pelletiere, and Diane Schwartz

A House Divided: How Welfare Reform Pits Working Families Against the Nonworking Poor
Fall 2004, Heather Boushey

Recent Job Loss Hits the African-American Middle Class Hard
October 2004, John Schmitt

Computer Assisted Exam Results
Summer 2004, John Schmitt and Jonathan Wadsworth

Plunging Employment: Blame Mom?
June 2004, Dean Baker and Heather Boushey

For Welfare Reform to Work, Jobs Must Be Available
April 2004, Heather Boushey and David Rosnick

UI is Not a Safety Net for Unemployed Former Welfare Recipients
December 2003, Heather Boushey and Jeffrey B. Wenger

Jobs Held by Former Welfare Recipients Hit Hard by Economic Downturn
September 2003, Heather Boushey and David Rosnick

Child's Play? The Bush Administration’s Misuse of Data
August 2003, David Rosnick

Who Cares? The Child Care Choices of Working Mothers
May 2003, Heather Boushey

The Debt Explosion Among College Graduates
April 2003, Heather Boushey

Give Me a Break: The Extent of Paid Holidays and Vacation
September 2002, Helene Jorgensen