Most Recent Additions Upjohn Research*

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Are Sufficient Statistics Necessary? Nonparametric Measurement of Deadweight Loss from Unemployment Insurance
David S. Lee, Pauline Leung, Christopher J. O'Leary, Zhuan Pei, and Simon Quach
Publication: Journal Articles

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An Assessment of the Economic Conditions in the City of Battle Creek
Kathleen Bolter, Jim Robey, and Gerrit Anderson
Publication: Reports

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Youth Disconnection during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Mark Borgschulte and Yuci Chen
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy and Research Briefs

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Youth Disconnection during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Mark Borgschulte and Yuci Chen
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Community Health Assessment: Van Buren County
Kathleen Bolter, Jim Robey, and Gerrit Anderson
Publication: Reports

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Community Health Assessment: Kalamazoo
Kathleen Bolter, Jim Robey, and Gerrit Anderson
Publication: Reports

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Impact Estimates for the Freshwater Center
Jim Robey
Publication: Reports

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McCamly Plaza Economic Impact Report
Jim Robey
Publication: Reports

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How College Enrollment Changed for Kalamazoo Promise Students Between Fall 2019 and Fall 2020
Daniel A. Collier, Isabel McMullen, and Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Papers

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Trade and Informality in the Presence of Labor Market Frictions and Regulations
Rafael Dix-Carneiro, Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, Costas Meghir, and Gabriel Ulyssea
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Child care tax credit can end no-win choice for working parents
Gabrielle Pepin
Publication: Periodical Articles

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Michigan is offering free college for essential workers. The rest of the country should follow suit
Max Lubin and Michelle Miller-Adams
Publication: Periodical Articles

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Early childhood programs are key to a stronger Michigan post-COVID
Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Periodical Articles

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COVID-19 recovery is the time for free college
Michelle Miller-Adams and John C. Austin
Publication: Periodical Articles

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The best medicine for a COVID-19 economy? More education and training
John C. Austin and Michelle Miller-Adams
Publication: Periodical Articles

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Employment Research, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 2021

Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Making the Child Care Tax Credit Permanently Refundable Could Benefit Low-Income Families
Gabrielle Pepin
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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COVID-19’s Impacts on the Labor Market in 2020
Brad J. Hershbein and Harry J. Holzer
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Bedford County Economic Needs Assessment
Dennis Burnside, Jim Robey, and Brian Pittelko
Publication: Reports

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Economic Outlook for Lakeshore Advantage: Getting to 2030
Jim Robey, Kathleen Bolter, Gerrit Anderson, Emily Boyle, Claudette Robey, Brian Pittelko, Jennifer Nichols, and Minh Dang
Publication: Reports

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Career Paths with a Two-Body Problem: Occupational Specialization and Geographic Mobility
Valeria Rueda and Guillaume Wilemme
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Making the Child Care Tax Credit Permanently Refundable Could Benefit Low-Income Families
Gabrielle Pepin
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy and Research Briefs

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The COVID-19 pandemic’s evolving impacts on the labour market: Who’s been hurt and what we should do
Brad J. Hershbein and Harry J. Holzer
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Globalization, Trade Imbalances, and Labor Market Adjustment
Rafael Dix-Carneiro, João Paulo Pessoa, Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, and Sharon Traiberman
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Simulation Analysis of the Louisiana Unemployment Insurance Tax System: Final Report
Christopher J. O'Leary
Publication: Upjohn Institute Technical Reports

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Human Capital and Black-White Earnings Gaps, 1996–2017
Owen Thompson
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Labor Market Trends and Outcomes: What Has Changed since the Great Recession?
Erica L. Groshen and Harry J. Holzer
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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COVID-19's Impacts on the Labor Market in 2020
Brad J. Hershbein and Harry J. Holzer
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy and Research Briefs

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The COVID-19 Pandemic's Evolving Impacts on the Labor Market: Who's Been Hurt and What We Should Do
Brad J. Hershbein and Harry J. Holzer
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Employment Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, January 2021

Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Income in the Off-Season: Household Adaptation to Yearly Work Interruptions
John Coglianese and Brendan M. Price
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Job Creation Policies Can Raise Local Employment Rates, Especially for Distressed Communities
Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

*Updated as of 05/17/21.