Labor Center Staff
Research Data Analyst
Miranda Dietz is a Research Data Analyst at the Center for Labor Research and Education. Previously she worked at the Stanford Center on Longevity studying aging and demographic change in the US and around the globe. In 2012 she received a Masters in Public Policy from UC Berkeley. During graduate school she interned with the City of San Francisco, was a Graduate Student Instructor for a micro-economics and public policy course, and worked as a Graduate Student Researcher at the Labor Center studying temporary and subcontracted work in California.
Medi-Cal Expansion under the Affordable Care Act: Significant Increase in Coverage with Minimal Cost to the State
January 2013, by Laurel Lucia, Ken Jacobs, Greg Watson, Miranda Dietz, and Dylan H. Roby for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
After Millions of Californians Gain Health Coverage under the Affordable Care Act, who will Remain Uninsured?
September 2012, by Laurel Lucia, Ken Jacobs, Miranda Dietz, Dave Graham-Squire, Nadereh Pourat, and Dylan H. Roby for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
Temporary Workers in California are Twice as Likely as Non-Temps to Live in Poverty: Problems with Temporary and Subcontracted Work in California
August 2012, by Miranda Dietz
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