Making Democracy Work

Reports of Interest - Economics and Social Justice

The 50-State Small Business Regulation Index


High Quality Child Care is Out of Reach for Working Families


Closing the Pay Gap and Beyond


Child Care Workers Not Paid Enough


The Arbitration Epidemic: Mandatory arbitration deprives workers and consumers of their rights


Trans-Pacific Partnership, currency manipulation, trade, and jobs


Caregivers in the Workplace - Family Responsibilities Discrimination Litigation Update 2016


Overtime Pay Regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act: Likely Impact on Nonprofit Employment


Expecting Better: A State-by-State Analysis of Laws That Help Expecting and New Parents


Why is recovery taking so long--and who's to blame?


The Simple Truth About The Gender Pay Gap


Financing recovery and fairness by going where the money is


The Fight for Pay Equity: A Federal Road Map


Parents and the High Cost of Child Care


Parents and the High Cost of Child Care - Appendices


Still falling short on hours and pay - Part-time work becoming new normal


Repealing the Affordable Care Act would cost jobs in every state


Right-To-Work States Still Have Lower Wages


Temporary foreign workers by the numbers - New estimates by visa classification


The State of American Wages 2016 - Lower unemployment finally helps working people make up some lost ground on wages


Analysis: The Islamophobic Administration

On The Road: Exploring Economic Security Pathways in Indiana

In Their Own Words: Working People and the Need for Policies that Provide Economic Security

The zombie robot argument lurches on - There is no evidence that automation leads to joblessness or inequality

Public Loss Private Gain: How School Voucher Tax Shelters Undermine Public Education

The Arbitration Epidemic: Mandatory arbitration deprives workers and consumers of their rights


Study claiming right-to-work in West Virginia will create job growth is fundamentally flawed


We Cann Afford a $12.00 Federal Minimum Wage


A young person's guide to Social Security


Balancing paychecks and public assistance - How higher wages would strengthen what government can do


The State of American Retirement - How 401(k)s have failed most American workers


How Driver's License Suspension Policies in Indiana Impede Self-Sufficiency, Burden State Government & Tax Public Resources


Women have made the difference for family economic security


Raising Baltimore's minimum wage to $15 by July 2020 would lift wages for 98,000 working people


Raising the D.C. minimum wage to $15 by 2020 would lift wages for 114,000 working people


A financial transaction tax would help ensure Wall Street works for Main Street


Making the Federal Reserve Fully Public: Why and How


Union decline lowers wages of nonunion workers - The overlooked reason why wages are stuck and inequality is growing


Black workers' wages have been harmed by both widening racial wage gaps and the widening productivity-pay gap


Equal Pay Laws by State


Unequal public-sector pay in Connecticut? Yes--taxpayers are getting a bargain!


Employment fell because of the Great Recession, not the minimum wage


A public investment agenda that delivers the goods for American workers needs to be long-lived, broad, and subject to democratic oversight


Paid Family & Medical Leave - Policy Analysis and Recommendations for Indiana


A real agenda for working people-What Trump Should Do


Growth in U.S.-China trade deficit between 2001 and 2015 cost 3.4 million jobs


Puzder's anti-worker positions disqualify him from serving as labor secretary


H-1B visa needs reform to make it fairer to migrant and American workers


Deeper In Debt - Women And Student Loans


17 Reasons to Raise Indiana's Minimum Wage in 2017


The Class of 2017


Here is what's at stake with the conflict of interest ('fiduciary') rule


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