Here’s a roundup of the labor market research reports released this past week:

Center for American Progress

Insourcing: How Bringing Back Essential Federal Jobs Can Save Taxpayer Dollars and Improve Services
Pratap Chatterjee

Sharing the Pain and Gain in the Housing Market: How Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Can Prevent Foreclosures and Protect Taxpayers by Combining Principal Reductions with “Shared Appreciation”
John Griffith and Jordan Eizenga

Center For Economic and Policy Research

Affording Health Care and Education on the Minimum Wage
John Schmitt and Marie-Eve Augier

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Draconian Republican Study Committee Budget Would Cut Federal Medicaid Funding Nearly in Half by 2022 Even More Extreme than the Ryan Block Grant
Edwin Park and Matt Broaddus

Cantor Proposal for 20 Percent Business Tax Deduction Would Provide Windfall for Wealthy, Not Create Jobs CBO Rated Similar Approach One of Least Effective Ways to Create Jobs
Chuck Marr

Cooper-LaTourette Budget Significantly to the Right of Simpson-Bowles Plan: Proposes Much Smaller Tax Increases, Smaller Defense Cuts, and Deeper Domestic Cuts than Original Simpson-Bowles
Robert Greenstein

Medicare in the Ryan Budget
Paul N. Van de Water

New Tax Cuts in Ryan Budget Would Give Millionaires $265,000 on Top of Bush Tax Cuts
Chuck Marr

Ryan Medicaid Block Grant Would Cut Medicaid by One-Third by 2022 and More after That
Edwin Park and Matt Broaddus


The Budget for All: An Analysis of the Congressional Progressive Caucus Budget
David Callahan and Jack Temple

Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

Health Reform at the Crossroads: Will the Affordable Care Act Help Eliminate Health Inequities?
Brian D. Smedley

Political Economy Research Institute

Analysis of Job Creation and Energy Cost Savings from Building Energy Rating and Disclosure Policy
Andrew C. Burr, Cliff Majersik and Sarah Stellberg

Roosevelt Institute

The GOP’s State Project of Slashing the Public Workforce
Bryce Covert and Mike Konczal