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The Trade Deficit: The Biggest Obstacle to Full Employment

March 2014, Dean Baker



Getting Back to Full Employment

March 2014, Dean Baker and Jared Bernstein



Regulation of Public Sector Collective Bargaining in the States

March 2014, Milla Sanes and John Schmitt



Good for Business? Connecticut’s Paid Sick Leave Law

March 2014, Eileen Appelbaum, Ruth Milkman, Luke Elliott, and Teresa Kroeger



Union Advantage for Black Workers

February 2014, Janelle Jones and John Schmitt



Did NAFTA Help Mexico? An Assessment After 20 Years

February 2014, Mark Weisbrot, Stephan Lefebvre, and Joseph Sammut



Expanding Federal Family and Medical Leave Coverage: Who Benefits from Changes in Eligibility Requirements?

February 5, 2014, Helene Jorgensen and Eileen Appelbaum



Job Protection Isn’t Enough: Why America Needs Paid Parental Leave

December 2013, Heather Boushey, Jane Farrell, and John Schmitt



Women Workers and Unions

December 2013, John Schmitt and Nicole Woo



Policy Alternatives for a Return to Full Employment in Spain

November 2013, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot



Don't Blame the Robots: Assessing the Job Polarization Explanation of Growing Wage Inequality

November 2013, Lawrence Mishel, Heidi Shierholz, and John Schmitt



Honduras Since the Coup: Economic and Social Outcomes

November 2013, Jake Johnston and Stephan Lefebvre



Bringing Back Subprime? The Hazards of Restructuring the GSEs

October 2013, Dean Baker and Nicole Woo



Implications of Financial Capitalism for Employment Relations Research: Evidence from Breach of Trust and Implicit Contracts in Private Equity Buyouts

September 2013, Eileen Appelbaum, Rose Batt and Ian Clark



Gains from Trade? The Net Effect of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on U.S. Wages

September 2013, David Rosnick



 
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