2011 report by the U.S. Department of Commerce on the current state of the science, technology, engineering and math-based job industries.
2011 study for the National Bureau of Economic Research on the link between child development outcomes and the length of a mother’s maternity leave.
2011 Tufts and Harvard Kennedy School study on structural changes within the labor sector of developing countries and whether they promote economic growth.
2011 executive advisory board report outlining the structural problems that the nation faces and making recommendations for the future.
2010 study by the University of Southern Mississippi on socioeconomic factors influencing legalization of casinos globally.
2010 paper by the Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich on cultural sites and how they shape local economies.
2010 report from the Education Trust on the relative characteristics of the for-profit school sector, including tuition costs, average student loan amounts and default rates, and graduation rates.
2010 study published in the Harvard Business Review potential benefits of well-designed wellness programs to both companies and workers.
2009 RAND Corporation paper examines the potential benefits of workers remaining in the workforce for longer periods of time.
2009 paper by the University of Maryland and the Center for Economic Studies on the effect of large chain retail stores on smaller retailers as well as local employment.