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.
A 2008 paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research paper looking at age discrimination in the U.S. and the ADEA's historical effects
2008 paper by California State University examines the state's manufacturing job loss and explores possible solutions.
2006 study by California State University, Sacramento, on how state budgeting changed after the enactment of Proposition 13.
2009 study by the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research on effectiveness of workplace literacy training in 10 sites throughout Indiana.
2006 University of Santa Clara study on the effectiveness of New York City's Employment Services and Placement job training program for welfare recipients.
2008 study for the National Bureau of Economic Research on the effect of immigration on labor market outcomes for native elderly workers.
2008 Harvard, Duke and University of California study on the contributions of highly skilled and educated immigrants to the United States economy.