2014 research review on how technology will increasingly break down labor into component parts and related economic and employment outcomes.
2014 paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research on the contribution of information technology to productivity gains during the 1990s and mid-2000s, with insight on future GDP growth rates.
2014 study in the
American Journal of Public Health on the cost-effectiveness of welfare reform, examining both cost savings and effects on mortality rates and life expectancy.
2015 roundup of research relating to Americans who have dropped out of the labor force, including the changing nature of new jobs and the human impacts of unemployment.
A 2014 study from Princeton University published in
International Migration Review on the impact of a change in the proportion of undocumented immigrants on immigrant wages.
2014 paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research showing how increases in health care costs for public sector workers are addressed by government.
2014 study in
The Review of Economic Studies showing how job incentives and specifications can discourage women to apply for jobs.
2014 research brief on impact of minimum wages on economic security and societal prosperity, by Michael A. Krassa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Benjamin Radcliff, University of Notre Dame.
2013 study by U.C. Berkeley, and the University of Illinois on the use of federal and state programs by families of workers in fast-food restaurant chains.
2014 study in
Urban Affairs Review analyzing trends in inequality in 10 cities whose economies once centered around heavy industry and that have been striving to reinvent themselves.