Is the Great Recession Really Over?
Where Did All the Migrant Farm Workers Go?
Maoyong Fan and Jeffrey M. Perloff
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IRLE researchers have looked at how the minimum wage impacts workers and the economy including the public costs of low wage work.
Credible Research Designs for Minimum Wage Studies: A Response to Neumark, Salas and Wascher
Sylvia Allegretto, Arindrajit Dube, Michael Reich, and Ben Zipperer
Working Paper No. 109-16
The Enduring Employment Impact of Your Great Recession Location
Working Paper No. 108-16
Does the government lie about economic figures?
Marketplace | October 17, 2016
Not enough skilled factory workers — really?
Marketplace | October 7, 2016
States challenge federal rule expanding overtime pay
Marketplace | September 21, 2016
Record-high job openings but no wage gains to match
Marketplace | September 7, 2016
Pay Gap Between Public-School Teachers and Similar Workers Is Wider Than Ever
The Wall Street Journal | August 17, 2016
What it will take to create quality preschool for all
PBS Newshour | August 16, 2016
How rising child care costs affect the workers taking care of your kids
Marketplace | August 11, 2016