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Topic Economic Wellbeing

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Planning for the next recession by reforming U.S. automatic stabilizers

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Household insecurity matters for U.S. macroeconomic stability

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What does the research tell us about how best to design paid leave policies?

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The effects of disability programs on financial outcomes in the United States

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How corporate headquarters could support store managers in providing predictable work schedules

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Paid family care leave is a missing piece in the U.S. social insurance system

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Paid family care leave

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Planning for the next recession by reforming U.S. automatic stabilizers

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How corporate headquarters could support store managers in providing predictable work schedules

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What does the research tell us about how best to design paid leave policies?

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Preparing for the Next Recession: Policies to Reduce the Impact on the U.S. Economy

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