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John Schmitt: Blog Posts

September 11, 2014
Wage Inequality: A Story of Policy Choices

June 07, 2014
Update on Low-wage Workers

May 27, 2014
Why Don't More People Go To College?

April 22, 2014
Piketty and Policy

February 21, 2014
Will Obamacare Boost Wages?

February 20, 2014
CBO and the Minimum Wage, PT. 2

February 19, 2014
CBO and the Minimum Wage

February 09, 2014
When Mandates Work

January 29, 2014
Hoffman on Sabia, Burkhauser, and Hansen on the Minimum Wage

January 27, 2014
SOTU Minimum Wage FAQ

January 24, 2014
More on Meer and West's Minimum Wage Study

January 24, 2014
Union Membership, 2013

January 13, 2014
Minimum Wage and Poverty

December 16, 2013
Parental Leave 20 Years After FMLA

December 12, 2013
Eye of the Beholder

November 27, 2013
Every Day Low Wages

November 25, 2013
Skills and Growth

November 22, 2013
Don't Blame the Robots

September 27, 2013
Meer and West on Minimum Wage

August 06, 2013
Slow Progress for Fast-Food Workers

August 01, 2013
Education and Good Jobs: Black vs White Workers

July 22, 2013
Low-wage Workers: Smarter, Older and Underpaid

July 19, 2013
Some States Correcting for Federal Inaction on Tipped Workers

July 17, 2013
The Minimum Wage Is Not What It Used To Be

July 15, 2013
Minimum Wage: States Pick Up Where the Federal Government Falters

March 27, 2013
Carry On, Wayward Sons

February 28, 2013
Benchmarking the Minimum Wage

February 26, 2013
Studying the Studies on the Minimum Wage

February 21, 2013
Gender, Debt, and Dropping Out

January 25, 2013
State Union Membership, 2012

January 23, 2013
Public-Sector Union Numbers, 2012

January 17, 2013
Union Membership, 2012

January 14, 2013
Job Polarization in the 2000s?

January 08, 2013
Having Your Minimum Wage and EITC, Too

December 03, 2012
Young, Educated and Jobless in America?

November 26, 2012
The States and Full Employment

November 20, 2012
Part-time Work Isn't Driving Inequality

September 10, 2012
Bad Jobs, Infographic Edition!

September 06, 2012
The Minimum Wage as an Anti-Inequality Policy

September 04, 2012
Labor Day Lessons From Canada

August 08, 2012
A Closer Look at Good Jobs By Education Level

August 06, 2012
Technology or Power?

July 31, 2012
Why Don't We Feel 63 Percent Richer?

July 24, 2012
Three Years with No Increase in the Federal Minimum Wage

July 23, 2012
Why Don't More Young People Go To College?

June 05, 2012
State-level Evidence that Unions Are Associated with Higher Economic Mobility

May 23, 2012
Unions in the States

April 13, 2012
Low-Wage Workers By State

April 04, 2012
Low-Wage Latino Workers

April 02, 2012
Issue Brief Finds Low-wage Workers Are Older and Better Educated than Ever

April 01, 2012
College Comparisons

March 26, 2012
Affording Health Care and Education on the Minimum Wage

March 19, 2012
New CEPR Issue Brief Shows Minimum Wage Has Room to Grow

March 09, 2012
Jobs Day

March 07, 2012
Demographics of Long-Term Hardship

March 05, 2012
Borderline

March 05, 2012
Should Presidential Candidates Be Afraid to Talk about Declining Mobility and Growing Inequality?

March 02, 2012
More on the Recent Past and Near Future of Economic Mobility

March 01, 2012
Unequal Access to Education and the Gatsby Curve

February 09, 2012
Low-Wage Lessons

January 27, 2012
Union Membership Hits Plateau in 2011

January 18, 2012
The Great Gatsby Curve

December 01, 2011
Government Regulation Myth Revisited…

November 29, 2011
Are Government Regulations Destroying Jobs?

October 03, 2011
Living on the Edge: Economic Insecurity

September 21, 2011
What Skills Shortage?

September 19, 2011
Two Health-Care Graphs

September 16, 2011
Workers of Color Less Likely to Have Pensions

September 12, 2011
Small Business Bust

September 02, 2011
What Does Cynicism Have to Do With It?

September 02, 2011
The Disposable Worker Hypothesis

August 31, 2011
Singing Together, But All Off Key

August 30, 2011
Krueger and the Minimum Wage: National Review Blog Way Off

August 30, 2011
Unions and Inequality

August 29, 2011
A Spanish Balanced Budget Amendment

August 24, 2011
Pew Survey on College

August 22, 2011
History, Class and the European Debt Crisis

August 16, 2011
Tweedle Dee

July 26, 2011
College

April 19, 2011
Trapped?

April 11, 2011
Mad Men, Then or Now?

March 22, 2011
Structural Unemployment, Housing Lock, and Inter-state Migration

March 03, 2011
Bottom is Falling Out for Private-Sector Workers

February 23, 2011
Job Gains Concentrated in Low-Wage Industries

February 23, 2011
Human Capital and the Public Sector

February 08, 2011
Milanovic Graph on International Inequality

January 28, 2011
Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Jan. 22-28, 2011

January 21, 2011
Labor Market Policy Research Reports, Jan 1-21, 2011

January 19, 2011
Distress, Not Success

January 14, 2011
The Austerity Agenda and the State of the Dream

December 17, 2010
Health Insurance and Entrepreneurship

December 15, 2010
A New York State of Inequality

December 12, 2010
It's the Fed, not the TARP

December 02, 2010
Casey Mulligan on Big Government

November 10, 2010
Federal Pay Still Lags Private Sector at the Top

November 05, 2010
Long Road Ahead

November 02, 2010
Kevin Drum Posts the Most Important Social Security Chart Ever

October 12, 2010
Three-Card Mankiw

October 11, 2010
Health-Care Skelter

October 06, 2010
Output Gap

September 27, 2010
Actually Existing Capitalism

September 15, 2010
A Tale of Two Graphs

June 11, 2010
World Cup 2010

June 07, 2010
State and Local Scapegoats

May 24, 2010
Man Bites Dog: Mainstream Economists Make Eerily Accurate Long-term Predictions

May 10, 2010
Esther Duflo Explains Randomized Field Experiments

April 26, 2010
How Many of the 46.3 Million Uninsured are Immigrants?

April 07, 2010
Who Are the 46 Million Uninsured

October 28, 2009
Casey Mulligan and Paid Sick Days

 

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