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The Burden of Social Security Taxes and the Burden of Wage Inequality
March 2005, Dean Baker
 
Defaulting on the Social Security Trust Fund: What It Would Mean, and How It Would Be Done
March 2005, Dean Baker
 
Empty Promises: The Benefits to African American Men of Private Accounts Under President Bush's Social Security Plan

February 2005, Dean Baker

 
The Effects on Employment and Wages When Medicaid and Child Care Subsidies are No Longer Available
January 2005, Heather Boushey
 
Growing the Social Security Crisis: The Social Security Administration's Poverty Rate Projections

January 2005, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

 
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
 
Poor Numbers: The Impact of Trade Liberalization on World Poverty

November 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick and Dean Baker

 
The Benefits to State Governments from the Free Market Drug Act
November 2004, Dean Baker
 
A House Divided: How Welfare Reform Pits Working Families Against the Nonworking Poor
Fall 2004, Heather Boushey
 
The No Economist/Policy Analyst Left Behind Test for Social Security

November 2004, Dean Baker

 
Bad Times: The Impact of Changes in Work Schedules on Productivity Growth

November 2004, John Schmitt and Dean Baker

 
Getting Mexico to Grow with NAFTA: The World Bank's Analysis

October 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

 
Recent Job Loss Hits the African-American Middle Class Hard
October 2004, John Schmitt
 
Going Down With the Dollar: The Cost to Developing Countries of a Declining Dollar
September 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker
 
Insuring the Uninsured: The Gains From Reducing Waste
September 2004, Dean Baker
 
Financing Drug Research: What Are the Issues?
September 2004, Dean Baker
 
Black Swans, Conspiracy Theories, and the Quixotic Search for Fraud: A Look at Hausmann and Rigobon's Analysis of Venezuela's Referendum Vote
September 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Todd Tucker
 
Unemployment and Labor Market Institutions: The Failure of the Empirical Case for Deregulation

September 2004, Dean Baker, Andrew Glyn, David Howell, and John Schmitt

 
Labor Market Performance in Pennsylvania, 2001-2004: Pennsylvania Lags Behind the Nation
September 2004, John Schmitt
 
Labor Market Performance in Ohio, 2001-2004: Ohio Lags Behind the Nation
September 2004, John Schmitt
 
Labor Market Performance in Michigan, 2001-2004: Michigan Lags Behind the Nation
September 2004, John Schmitt
 
Dangerous Trends: The Growth of Debt in the U.S. Economy
September 2004, Dean Baker
 
Analysis of the Upcoming Release of 2003 Data on Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance

August 2004, Heather Boushey

 
Polling and the Ballot: The Venezuelan Referendum
August 2004, David Rosnick
 
The Rise in Job Displacement, 1991-2004: The Crisis in American Manufacturing
August 2004, John Schmitt
 
Too Much Bubbly at the Fed?

July 2004, Dean Baker

 
Applying Economics to Economists: Good Governance at the International Financial Institutions

July 2004, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

 
Job Displacement over the Business Cycle, 1991-2001
July 2004, John Schmitt
 
Computer Assisted Exam Results
Summer 2004, John Schmitt and Jonathan Wadsworth
 
On the State of Democracy in Venezuela
June 24, 2004, Testimony of Mark Weisbrot before the Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Peace Corps, and Narcotics Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate)
 
Plunging Employment: Blame Mom?
June 2004, Dean Baker and Heather Boushey
 
Working Moms and Child Care
May 2004, Heather Boushey and Joseph Wright, 
 
Health Insurance Data Briefs

April 2004, Heather Boushey, Joseph Wright, and Mayra Murray Díaz

 
For Welfare Reform to Work, Jobs Must Be Available
April 2004, Heather Boushey and David Rosnick
 
Medicare Choice Plus, the Answer to the Long-Term Deficit Problem
March 2004, Dean Baker
 
NAFTA at Ten: The Recount

March 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

 
The Cancún Ministerial and the U.S.: Public Perception, Reality, and Implications
February 2004, Mark Weisbrot and Todd Tucker
 
The Current Account Deficit and the Budget Deficit: Is $600 Billion Missing?
February 2004, Dean Baker
 
Fool's Gold: Projections of the U.S. Import Market

January 2004, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

 
The Housing Bubble in New England

January 2004, Dean Baker

 
Still a Pain: The Cost of Prescription Drugs to Seniors With the Medicare Drug Benefit
December 2003, Dean Baker
 
UI is Not a Safety Net for Unemployed Former Welfare Recipients
December 2003, Heather Boushey and Jeffrey B. Wenger
 
The $300 Billion Question: How Much Do High-Income Countries Subsidize Agriculture?

December 2003, Joseph Wright

 
Another Lost Decade? Latin America's Growth Failure Continues into the 21st Century

November 2003, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

 
The Artistic Freedom Voucher: Internet Age Alternative to Copyrights
November 2003, Dean Baker
 
Labor Market Protections and Unemployment: Does the IMF Have a Case?

November 2003, Dean Baker and John Schmitt

 
Hard Times in the New Millennium: The Fate of Youth in the Bush Years
November 2003, Heather Boushey and John Schmitt
 
An Analysis of The Harvard Center’s Case Against the Housing Bubble
October 2003, Dean Baker
 
Too Sunny In Latin America? The IMF’s Overly Optimistic Growth Projections and Their Consequences

September 2003, Dean Baker and David Rosnick

 
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