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Analysis of UNM's Faculty Worklife Survey
February 13, 2015
In the fall of 2013, UNM implemented a Faculty Worklife Survey at UNM Main Campus, developed by Academic Leader ship Fellow Melissa Bokovoy and Associate Provost for Faculty Development Virginia Scharff, based on a similar survey designed by the University of Wisconsin and implemented there and at a number of other universities across the country. The UNM survey responses were compiled and the results made available on a limited basis last year. Several months after the survey was completed, UNM Bureau of Business and Economic Research was asked to analyze the survey results. Having had a leadership role in a Legislative Task Force on Work - Life Balance, BBER was enthusiastic about this assignment. The survey was well designed and comprehensive in its exploration of issues.
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A Chart and Map Book of Population and Selected Economic Indicators for the NM Counties
December 1, 2009
A Chart and Map Book of Population and Selected Economic Indicators for the NM Counties
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The Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of the City of Santa Fe, Part II
November 1, 2007
Post-implementation of the $9.50 Living Wage Analysis: The Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of the City of Santa Fe, Part II
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Full Report - Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of Santa Fe, Part I
August 1, 2007
Post-implementation of the $9.50 Living Wage Analysis: Full Report - Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of Santa Fe, Part I
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Executive Summary - Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of Santa Fe, Part I
August 1, 2007
Post-implementation of the $9.50 Living Wage Analysis: Executive Summary - Impacts of the $9.50 Living Wage on the Economy of Santa Fe, Part I
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Earnings and Employment: The Effects of the Living Wage Ordinance in Santa Fe, New Mexico
August 1, 2006
Post-implementation of the $8.50 Living Wage Analysis: Earnings and Employment: The Effects of the Living Wage Ordinance in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Measuring the Employment Impacts of the Living Wage Ordinance in Santa Fe, NM
June 1, 2006
Post-implementation of the $8.50 Living Wage Analysis: Measuring the Employment Impacts of the Living Wage Ordinance in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Prelim Analysis: Impacts on the $8.50 Minimum Wage on Santa Fe Businesses, Workers and Economy
December 27, 2005
Preliminary Analysis: Impacts on the $8.50 Minimum Wage on Santa Fe Businesses, Workers and the Santa Fe Economy
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Santa Fe Living Wage Baseline Study (Pre-implementation of the $8.50 Living Wage Baseline Data)
March 1, 2004
Santa Fe Living Wage Baseline Study (Pre-implementation of the $8.50 Living Wage Baseline Data)
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