New book provides best practices for the use of economic development incentives
Training programs may overlook nontraditional workers
A new paper finds that targeting jobs at distressed places can boost national and state economies.
New market-rate housing can lower housing costs in neighborhoods across a metro area
New research debunks popular notions about multiple jobholding.
New research shows long-term benefits of antipoverty policies in areas of concentrated poverty.
Upjohn Institute researchers show that job multipliers touted by economic development policymakers are often overstated.
Marcus Dillender finds that avoiding exposure to extreme temperatures is easier for outdoor workers when such temperatures are rare
Report outlines strategies that small and medium-sized cities, along with rural areas, can follow to create jobs for their residents
W.E. Upjohn Institute welcomes Bureau of Labor Statistics Associate Commissioner Michael Horrigan as its new president
Horrigan previously served as associate commissioner with the Bureau of Labor Statistics