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Long U.S. Work Hours Are Bad for the Environment, Study Shows
December 20, 2006
Falling Car and Airfare Prices Leave Core Inflation Unchanged
December 15, 2006 (Prices Byte)
Employment Growth Steady, but Construction Jobs Plummet
December 8, 2006 (Jobs Byte)
U.S. Recession Looms in 2007
November 29, 2006
CEPR Looks at Economic Issues in Ecuador's Tight Presidential Election
November 21, 2006    En español
Falling Energy Prices Lead Price Decline in October
November 16, 2006 (Prices Byte)
Election '06: What Will Change in the Economy?
November 8, 2006
Why Isn't Productivity Growth Benefiting Workers?
October 12, 2006
American "Jobs Machine" Falling Behind Europe
October 10, 2006
Cost Effectiveness of 25 Most Cited Think Tanks
October 2006
What Will A Second Term For Lula Look Like?
September 22, 2006    En español
Old Europe Goes to Work: Rising Employment Rates in the European Union

September 19, 2006

Mexican Tribunal Releases More Information on Recount Data, After Announcing Decision
September 7, 2006    En español
CEPR Adds up Available Recount Data, Finds Significant Vote Reduction for Calderon
September 2, 2006   En español
CEPR Analysis Shows 'Adding Up' Problem for Half of Ballot Boxes
August 30, 2006   En español
Discrepancies and Lack of Transparency Mar Mexican Election Results
August 30, 2006
"Tag-Team Parenting" Used by Lower-Income, Less-Educated Parents
August 29, 2006
Labor Department Undercounts Poor, Uninsured and Non-Employed

August 24, 2006

Drug Companies Making Billions in Excess Profits Under Medicare Plan
August 15, 2006
Analysis of Data From Mexican Election Recount Raises Serious Questions
August 8, 2006  
En español
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