The $5 Billion Cost of Construction Fatalities in the United States: A 50 State Comparison

The Economic, Fiscal, and Social Effects of Ohio’s Prevailing Wage Law: Research Report

Prevailing Wage and Military Veterans in Connecticut: Applied Policy Brief

The Economic, Fiscal, and Social Effects of Kentucky’s Prevailing Wage Law: Research Report

A Minimum-Wage Worker Cannot Afford a Modest Apartment: Evidence from Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Iowa

Competency Needed: Addressing Iowa’s Skilled Construction Worker Shortage

Prevailing Wage and Military Veterans in Wisconsin: Applied Policy Brief

Prevailing Wage and Military Veterans in Minnesota: Applied Policy Brief

Prevailing Wage Repeal Cannot Result in “44 Percent Savings:” Evidence from Southwestern Wisconsin

Road and Bridge Construction Workers in the Midwest: Productive, High-Skilled, and Well-Paid

Road and Bridge Report: Wisconsin vs. Illinois vs. Iowa

States with Higher Minimum Wages Added More Jobs: April 2015 – April 2016

The Economic, Fiscal, and Social Effects of Kentucky’s Prevailing Wage Law

The Impact of Construction Dues in Minnesota: An Organizational and Individual-Level Analysis

The State of the Unions 2016: A Profile of Unionization in Chicago, in Illinois, and in America

The State of the Unions 2016: A Profile of Unionization in Iowa and America

The State of the Unions 2016: A Profile of Unionization in Indianapolis, in Indiana, and in America

The State of the Unions 2016: A Profile of Unionization in Milwaukee, in Wisconsin, and in the United States

The State of the Unions 2016: A Profile of Unionization in the Twin Cities, in Minnesota, and in America

Weakening Waukesha County: Prevailing Wage Changes Will Hurt the County