My substantive edit on a Brookings' Metropolitan Policy report, "The Geography of Immigrant Skills: Education Profiles of Metropolitan Areas," to heighten the economic ramifications of more highly skilled immigrants within U.S borders helped to shape it into a piece that became headline news in the Washington Post on July 9: "Foreign labor's skill level on the rise: Better-educated immigrant workforce shows economic shift."

States Must Cut and Invest to Balance Budgets
Michael Greenstone and Bruce Katz, POLITICO, February 25, 2011

A Modern Corporate Tax
Alan J. Auerbach, The Hamilton Project and the Center for American Progress, December 2010

Supporting Work: A Proposal for Modernizing the U.S. Disability Insurance System
David H. Autor and Mark Duggan, The Hamilton Project and the Center for American Progress, December 2010

Increasing Residential Mobility to Boost Economic Mobility
Jens Ludwig and Steven Raphael, Hamilton Project Discussion Paper, October 13, 2010

How Federal Policy Can Target Job Creation for Economically Distressed Areas
Timothy J. Bartik, Hamilton Project Discussion Paper, October 13, 2010

Ten Economic Facts about Immigration
Michael Greenstone and Adam Looney, The Brookings Institution, September 2010

Unsustainable Budget Threatens Nation
Ten former chairmen and chairwomen of the Council of Economic Advisers, who have served in Republican and Democratic administrations, urged that the Bowles-Simpson report, "The Moment of Truth," be the starting point of an active legislative process that involves intense negotiations between both parties.

Article cited in June 17, 2011 column in The Washington Post.