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[IWS] BLS: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW (May to August 2013)

IWS Documented News Service

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW (May to August 2013)

 

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2013

·         The relationship between the housing and labor market crises and doubling up: an MSA-level analysis, 2005–2011 08/16/2013

·         Updating the rent sample for the CPI Housing Survey 08/06/2013

·         A welcome “sticker” shock: “Made in the U.S.A.” 08/06/2013

·         Are student test scores an accurate measure of high school teachers’ effectiveness? 08/06/2013

·         Leveling the playing field 08/05/2013

·         The hockey lockout of 2012–2013 07/19/2013

·         The Monthly Labor Review gets a new look 07/17/2013

·         The Caribbean Economies in an Era of Free Trade 07/17/2013

·         Green acres is the place to be? 07/15/2013

·         Within-country archetypes: best chance for climate change mitigation 07/15/2013

·         Consumer Expenditure Survey: is it worth expending energy on and need it consume our time? 06/30/2013

·         High-employment-growth firms: defining and counting them 06/29/2013

·         Linking firms with establishments in BLS microdata 06/28/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: June 2013 (Guide) 06/01/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: June 2013 (Tables) 06/01/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: June 2013 (Notes) 06/01/2013

·         The relationship between job characteristics and retirement savings in defined contribution plans 05/30/2013

·         Job openings continue to grow in 2012, hires and separations less so 05/06/2013

·         Implementing the 2010 Standard Occupational Classification in the Occupational Employment Statistics 05/02/2013

·         Profiles of significant collective bargaining disputes of 2012 05/01/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: May 2013 (Guide) 05/01/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: May 2013 (Tables) 05/01/2013

·         Current Labor Statistics: May 2013 (Notes) 05/01/2013

·         Stakeholders and the modern corporation 05/01/2013

·         The “skinny” on financial incentives for exercise programs 05/01/2013

·         What determines wage levels during the business cycle? 05/01/2013

·         Consumer Expenditure Survey Microdata Users’ Workshop, July 2012 04/30/2013

·         Where did we indulge? Consumer spending during the asset boom 04/30/2013

·         Differences in union and nonunion compensation, 2001–2011 04/30/2013

·         People with a disability in 2012: a visual essay 04/30/2013

 

 

 

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