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Abraham, Haltiwanger part of briefing for Treasury Secretary
Secretary Jacob J. Lew focuses not just on unemployment but on duration of unemployment.
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Hofferth decries politicization of health care in Baltimore Sun Op-Ed
Calls statements by Eric Cantor and others a "red herring" to avoid uncomfortable policy questions
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Cohen contests birthrate decline thesis
Challenges are real but manageable; better to focus on the well being of those who are here.
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Cohen: How to Live in a World Where Marriage Is in Decline
As marriage rates continue to fall, policies that try to steer people into marriage through financial incentives are only hurting children
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Philip Cohen Takes a Stand in Controversy Over Gay Parenting Study
Cohen calls for the resignation of the editor of Social Science Research after accusations of conflict of interest in the peer review process
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Hubacek, Feng, and Yu Explore the Impact of Globalization and Trade on the Environment
The consequences of affluence: Consumption of large amounts of material goods places an unfair environmental burden on less developed areas
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Lost Unions and Lost Ground
The decline of organized labor has helped worsen the racial gap
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Cutting Funding for Food Stamps is "Economically and Morally Unsound"
Washington Post Op-Ed piece makes case for retaining food stamp support
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Rashawn Ray debates Bloomberg's health policies in the New York Times
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: Health policy innovator, or intrusive "Manny"?
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Desai: Overall Stagnation in India's Progress Toward Gender Equality
Remarkable achievements in school enrollment and hospital delivery options canceled out by backsliding in employment rates and declining sex ratios
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