Economics News

Sestak wrong about the minimum wage; raising it hurts jobs: PennLive letters (Letters to the Editor)

Research by David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured by PennLive February 22, 2014

CBO report fuels debate on costs and benefits of boosting the minimum wage

David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured on PBS Newshour February 19, 2014

Wage hike would raise pay for 16.5M, but cut 500K jobs, says CBO

David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured on Southern California Public Radio February 19, 2014

Commissioner questions whether tax credit is achieving its goals

Research by David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured in The Hartford Courant and Bloomberg Businessweek February 18, 2014

Accounting for the uncounted

Bean receives grant to refine estimates of the size of unauthorized population in the U.S.

Following the money

Inaugural CEPP fellows are tracking policy implications of campaign donations and tax incentives for the film industry

What do record airline profits mean for you?

Jan Brueckner, economics professor and department chair, is quoted in the Los Angeles Times February 9, 2014

VIDEO: Interview with Stergios Skaperdas, economics professor and Clifford S. Heinz Chair

Mathematical modeling to understand competing interests

Higher minimum wage doesn’t cut poverty (Opinion)

Research by David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured in the Orange County Register February 2, 2014

Minimum-wage debate rages on

Research by David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is featured in the Chicago Tribune February 2, 2014

 

 


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