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What Do We Know About the Criminal Population in New England and the Consequences of Having a Criminal Record?
New research profiling the criminal population in the region, discussing the barriers to employment and reintegration that they face, and examining the ability of recent Massachusetts CORI Reform to improve outcomes for the state's ex-offenders.
"When Time Binds: Returns to Working Long Hours and the Gender Wage Gap among the Highly Skilled" March 29, 2017
Patricia Cortes, Boston University
(joint work with Jessica Pan)
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