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2016-23: A Critical Review of the US State Department’s 2015 Progress Report on Haiti Downloads
Alexander Main, Jasmine Huggins, Jake Johnston, Charissa Zehr, Jessica Hsu and Alan Yarborough
2016-22: Brazil’s Enormous Interest Rate Tax: Can Brazilians Afford It? Downloads
Mark Weisbrot, Jake Johnston and Julia Villarruel Carrillo
2016-21: The Housing Bubble: Is It Back? Downloads
Dean Baker and Lara Merling
2016-20: The International Trade Commission’s Assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Main Findings and Implications Downloads
Dean Baker
2016-19: Hispanic Workers in the United States Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2016-18: Everyone Wondered How a Private Equity Firm Would Make Money in a Leveraged Buyout of a Struggling Non-Profit Hospital Chain - Now We Know Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum
2016-17: Have US-Funded CARSI Programs Reduced Crime and Violence in Central America? An Examination of LAPOP’S Impact Assessment of US Violence Prevention Programs in Central America Downloads
David Rosnick, Alexander Main and Laura Jung
2016-16: The Case for a Weak Labor Market Downloads
Nick Buffie
2016-15: No Big Deal: The Impact of New York City’s Paid Sick Days Law on Employers Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Mikman
2016-14: Black Workers, Unions, and Inequality Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2016-13: Working Paper: The Compensation of Highly Paid Professionals: How Much Is Rent? Downloads
Dean Baker
2016-12: Working Paper: Rents and Inefficiency in the Patent and Copyright System: Is There a Better Route? Downloads
Dean Baker
2016-11: Reining in Wall Street to Benefit All Americans Downloads
Dean Baker
2016-10: Are Lower Private Equity Returns the New Normal? Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt
2016-09: Voting Share Reform at the IMF: Will it Make a Difference? Downloads
Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston
2016-08: Potential for Trouble: The IMF's Estimates of Potential GDP Downloads
David Rosnick
2016-07: The Price We Pay: Economic Costs of Barriers to Employment for Former Prisoners and People Convicted of Felonies Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor and Alan Barber
2016-06: Fees, Fees and More Fees: How Private Equity Abuses Its Limited Partners and U.S. Taxpayers Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt
2016-05: Trade and Jobs: Can We Trust the Models? Downloads
Dean Baker and David Rosnick
2016-04: Still Working Hard: An Update on the Share of Older Workers in Physically Demanding Jobs Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor and Dean Baker
2016-03: Working Paper: Domestic Outsourcing in the United States: A Research Agenda to Assess Trends and Effects on Job Quality Downloads
Annette Bernhardt, Rosemary Batt, Susan Houseman and Eileen Appelbaum
2016-02: Publicly Funded Clinical Trials: A Route to Sustained Innovation with Affordable Drugs Downloads
Dean Baker
2016-01: Low Visibility: The Fate of Air Traffic Control Privatization Downloads
Max B. Sawicky
2015-27: Has Austerity Worked in Spain? Downloads
David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot
2015-26: Working Paper: The Upward Redistribution of Income: Are Rents the Story? Downloads
Dean Baker
2015-25: The Incidence of Financial Transactions Taxes Downloads
Dean Baker and Nicole Woo
2015-24: The Anomaly of U-3: Why the Unemployment Rate is Overstating the Strength of Today’s Labor Market Downloads
Nick Buffie
2015-23: Projecting a Range of Possible Results in the December 2015 Elections for National Assembly in Venezuela Downloads
David Rosnick
2015-22: Pension Funding and the Economy: Would “Proper” Funding Cost Jobs? Downloads
Dean Baker and Nick Buffie
2015-21: Rising Disability Payments: Are Cuts to Workers’ Compensation Part of the Story? Downloads
Nick Buffie and Dean Baker
2015-20: Measuring Recovery: TTIP: Are 40 Cents a Day Big Gains? Downloads
David Rosnick
2015-19: Measuring Recovery: Aggregate Demand and the Slowdown of Brazilian Economic Growth from 2011-2014 Downloads
Franklin Serrano and Ricardo Summa
2015-18: Measuring Recovery: Young Black America Part Four: The Wrong Way to Close the Gender Wage Gap Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2015-17: Measuring Recovery: The Impact of Exempting the Pharmaceutical Industry from Patent Reviews Downloads
Dean Baker
2015-16: Measuring Recovery: Young Black America Part Three: Employment, Unemployment, and the Incomplete Recovery Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2015-15: Measuring Recovery: Why the Prime-Age EPOP Ratio Tells Us to Not Raise Interest Rates Downloads
Nicholas Buffie
2015-14: Asian American and Pacific Islander Workers Today Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor Nicole Woo
2015-13: Low-wage Workers: Still Older, Smarter, and Underpaid Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2015-12: Young Black America Part Two: College Entry and Completion Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2015-11: Patent Monopolies and the Costs of Mismarketing Drugs Downloads
Dean Baker Ravi Katari
2015-10: The Gains from Trade in a New Model from the IMF: Still Very Small Downloads
David Rosnick
2015-09: Partners in Austerity: Jamaica, the United States and the International Monetary Fund Downloads
Jake Johnston
2015-08: From Recession to Collapse: The Bush Administration and the Over-Valued Dollar Downloads
Dean Baker
2015-07: The Budgetary Implications of Higher Federal Reserve Board Interest Rates Downloads
Dean Baker
2015-06: Young Black America Part One: High School Completion Rates are at their Highest Ever Downloads
Cherrie Bucknor
2015-05: Failing on Two Fronts: The U.S. Labor Market Since 2000 Downloads
John Schmitt
2015-04: The Greek Economy: Which Way Forward? Downloads
Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick and Stephan Lefebvre
2015-03: The Social Security Benefits of Sitting Senators in 2015 Downloads
Alan Barber and Dean Baker
2015-02: Private Equity and the SEC after Dodd-Frank Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum
2015-01: Who Would Pay More if the Social Security Payroll Tax Cap Were Raised or Scrapped? Downloads
Nicole Woo, Cherrie Bucknor and John Schmitt
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