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Nancy Folbre

Nancy Folbre

Nancy Folbre’s work explores the interface between economics and feminist theory, focusing on non-market work and the evolution of social institutions governing public support for childrearing. She was a visiting fellow at the Russell Sage Foundation (2004-05), was awarded a MacArthur Foundation “genius” Fellowship and won the Leontief Prize of the Global Development and Environment […]

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Heather Gerken

Heather Gerken

Heather Gerken is the J. Skelly Wright Professor of Law at Yale Law School where she specializes in election law, constitutional law, and civil procedure. Professor Gerken is one of the country’s leading experts on voting rights and election law, the role of groups in the democratic process, and the relationship between diversity and democracy. A native […]

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Daniel Lashof

Daniel Lashof

Dan Lashof is the director of NRDC’s climate and clean air program and is active in the areas of solutions to global warming, national energy policy, and climate science. Dan is involved in developing federal standards and legislation to place enforceable limits on carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping pollutants and to reduce America’s dangerous dependence […]

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Jeffrey Madrick

Jeffrey Madrick

Jeff Madrick is a regular contributor to The New York Review of Books, and a former economics columnist for The New York Times. He is editor of Challenge Magazine, visiting professor of humanities at The Cooper Union, and Senior Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis, The New School. […]

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John Schmitt

John Schmitt

John Schmitt is a senior economist with the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC. He has worked as a consultant for national and international organizations including the American Center for International Labor Solidarity, the Global Policy Network, the International Labor Organization, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America, and others. A […]

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Anat Admati

Anat Admati

Anat Admati is the George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She has written extensively on information dissemination in financial markets, trading mechanisms, portfolio management, financial contracting, and, most recently, on corporate governance and banking. Since 2010, Admati has been active in the policy debate on financial […]

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Samuel Bowles

Samuel Bowles

Samuel Bowles is a Research Professor at the Santa Fe Institute where he heads the Behavioral Sciences Program. He is Professor of Economics at the University of Siena. He taught economics at Harvard from 1965 to 1973 and at the University of Massachusetts since then. His recent studies on cultural evolution have challenged the conventional […]

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Lawrence Mishel

Lawrence Mishel

Lawrence Mishel, a nationally-recognized economist, is President of the Economic Policy Institute, a role he assumed in 2002. Dr. Mishel first joined EPI in 1987 as Research Director. In the more than two decades he has been with EPI, Dr. Mishel has helped build it into the nation’s premier research organization focused on U.S. living […]

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Jacob S. Hacker

Jacob S. Hacker

Jacob S. Hacker, Ph.D., is the Director of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, and Stanley B. Resor Professor of Political Science at Yale University. He is Vice President of the National Academy of Social Insurance, and a former Junior Fellow of the Harvard Society of Fellows. An expert on the politics of U.S. […]

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Robert Reich

Robert Reich

Robert Bernard Reich is an American political economist, professor, author, and political commentator. He served in the administrations of Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter and was Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1997. Reich is currently Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He was formerly a professor at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School […]

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Bernd Blossey

Bernd Blossey

Bernd Blossey is an ecological generalist with wide ranging interests (plants, birds, insects, mammals, amphibians) in aquatic and terrestrial systems. His academic training is in ecology, particularly entomology and limnology but with a focus on applied entomology. He is particularly intrigued by potential ecosystem effects associated with increase and decline of invasive plants species in […]

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Lew Daly

Lew Daly

Lew Daly is a Director of the Sustainable Progress Initiative and a Senior Fellow at Demos. He currently leads Demos’s Beyond GDP project, a multi-year campaign to advance alternative indicators of well-being and sustainability in federal and state-level governance in the United States. He is the author (with Stephen Posner) of Beyond GDP: New Measures […]

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Christina DeConcini

Christina DeConcini

Christina is an attorney and advocate with demonstrated effectiveness in achieving policy change through litigation, designing and directing legislative strategies, forging diverse and effective coalitions, and framing and advancing issues for public support. At WRI Christina has focused primarily on overseeing WRI’s legislative work and strategy on climate change and energy issues, represented WRI in […]

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John F. Kowal

John F. Kowal

John F. Kowal is Vice President for Programs at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, where he is responsible for coordinating and guiding the organization’s programs on Democracy, Justice and Liberty and National Security. John also oversees the organization’s Washington, D.C. office. Before joining the Brennan Center, John was a leader […]

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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Ciara Torres-Spelliscy is an assistant professor, teaching courses in Election Law and Constitutional Law. Prior to joining Stetson’s faculty, Torres-Spelliscy was counsel in the Democracy Program of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law where she provided guidance on the issues of money in politics and the judiciary to state and federal […]

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
September 26, 2014

NEW YORK – “If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the theory,” goes the old adage.

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Dean Baker
August 11, 2014

As predictable as August vacations, numerous economists and Federal Reserve watchers are arguing that the nation’s ce


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Dean Baker
August 5, 2014

Discussions of inflation and Federal Reserve Board policy take place primarily in the business media.

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There is no way to construe as fair the United States court ruling that Argentina cannot pay 93 percent of its creditors, unl


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Simon Johnson
July 24, 2014

The United States Federal Reserve System is one of the most powerful governmental organizations in the history of the world.

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Robert Shiller
July 22, 2014

In recent months, concern has intensified among the world’s financial experts and news media that overheated asset markets


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Simon Johnson
July 1, 2014

There are two leading views about the world’s financial system.

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Simon Johnson
September 30, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – Financial volatility since Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s announcement in May that the Fed woul


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Simon Johnson
September 9, 2013

Throughout the Federal Reserve’s 100-year history, the Senate has generally deferred to the president’s choice of leader

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Robert Borosage
September 3, 2013

The insiders’ campaign to make Larry Summers head of the Federal Reserve Board is relentless.


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Dean Baker
August 26, 2013

Many of the people who ridicule efforts at using government spending to boost the economy and create jobs like to turn to Ja

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
August 5, 2013

With leadership transitions at many central banks either under way or coming soon, many of those who were partly responsible


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Robert Kuttner
June 8, 2013

Is the Federal Reserve planning to phase out its unprecedented $85-billion-a-month bond purchase program, which has kept inte

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Nouriel Roubini
June 1, 2013

The run-up in gold prices in recent years – from $800 per ounce in early 2009 to above $1,900 in the fall of 2011 – had a


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Walker F. Todd
May 21, 2013

This working paper looks at excess reserves in historical context and analyzes whether they constitute a monetary policy prob

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Robert Reich
May 1, 2013

The Fed’s policy of keeping interest rates near zero is another form of trickle-down economics.


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Nouriel Roubini
April 29, 2013

The ongoing weakness of America’s economy—where deleveraging in the private and public sectors continues apace—has led

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Eric Rauchway
March 29, 2013

On March 4, 1933, Franklin D.


Alan S. Blinder
December 12, 2012

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Blinder discusses the Federal Reserves’ bond-buying program, distinguishing betwee

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Nouriel Roubini
August 15, 2012

Whether the eurozone is viable or not remains an open question.


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Nancy Altman
August 14, 2012

Generations of Americans have worked together to build our nation’s Social Security system.

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Jeffrey Madrick
August 13, 2012

Mitt Romney’s choice of Rep.


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Mike Grunwald has a post at FP summarizing his new book, The New New Deal.

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The possibility that economic theory is ‘performative’ – that the theory creates the reality – has long fascinated me


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Mitt Romney aired an ad last summer titled “Bump in the Road.

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Dean Baker
August 7, 2012

The case of the rigged Libor turns out to be the scandal that just keeps on giving.


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Sony Kapoor
August 6, 2012

The euro crisis is once again dominating the headlines.

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Kemal Dervis
August 1, 2012

August has been a dangerous month in European history, but this year it could be the turning point for the eurozone – and


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Nomi Prins
July 31, 2012

Eyal Press’ book “Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times” is a s

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July 25, 2012

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Kemal Dervis
July 24, 2012

The financial crisis of 2008 has spurred a global debate on how much government regulation of markets – and what kind &

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Kemal Dervis
July 20, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC – The financial crisis of 2008 has spurred a global debate on how much government regulation of markets –

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Brenda Wright
July 18, 2012

Sherlock Holmes famously solved a mystery by noting the significance of the dog that didn’t bark – the dog’s silence su


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Nomi Prins
July 14, 2012

By Paul Craig Roberts and Nomi Prins
According to news reports, UK banks fixed the London interbank borrowing rate (Libor) wi

Jeffrey Sachs
July 13, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs discusses the status of China’s economy and whether investments in China will justify themselves on CNN I


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July 6, 2012

William Black, with senior economist at Moody’s Analytics Ryan Sweet, talks about how America is headed towards a reces

Jacob S. Hacker
June 22, 2012

Jacob Hacker’s study on economic insecurity is discussed on WCTV, June 22nd 2012.


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June 13, 2012

Joseph Stiglitz discusses the wealth divide in America, investors and speculation, bottom-to-top money flow, political power,

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Kemal Dervis
May 21, 2012

The eurozone crisis unfolded primarily as a sovereign-debt crisis mostly on its southern periphery, with interest rates on so


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Robert Kuttner
May 20, 2012

The good news: Austerity is finally on the defensive.

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Sony Kapoor
May 17, 2012

“It seems inevitable that we’ll get some sort of growth compact, the question is what that will entail but everybody mean


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Sony Kapoor
May 16, 2012

Whether or not Greece has to leave the eurozone, and whether or not a growth compact is added to the fiscal treaty, there i

Sony Kapoor
May 15, 2012

Sony Kapoor discusses economic uncertainty in Greece and the Eurozone at large on BBC, May 15th, 2012.


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Kemal Dervis
May 14, 2012

The eurozone crisis unfolded primarily as a sovereign-debt crisis mostly on its southern periphery, with interest rates on so

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Simon Johnson
May 13, 2012

The euro currency is a malady that condemns at least a generation of Greeks, Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese and Irish to the


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May 10, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the Spanish government’s move to recapitalize Bankia SA on BNN, on May 10th, 2012.

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Nouriel Roubini
May 9, 2012

Political uncertainty continues to rise in Europe as Greek politicians fail to build a government and more EU leaders, includ


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Simon Johnson
April 26, 2012

Most Americans paid no attention last weekend when the International Monetary Fund announced it was well on its way to roughl


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April 20, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the IMF, international markets, and the European monetary crisis on Bloomberg Television, April 19th

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
March 12, 2012

It is understandable, given the number of times green shoots have been seen since the downturn began in December 2007, that t


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Kemal Dervis
February 17, 2012

It is now clear that the eurozone crisis will continue well into 2012, despite early February’s recovery in stock markets.

Dean Baker
January 24, 2012

Dean Baker disucsses investments, consumption and inflation on Bloomberg TV, January 24 2012.


Simon Johnson
December 20, 2011

Simon discusses the European financial crisis and its relationship to the European banking system at the Peterson Institute

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Timothy Canova
December 5, 2011

This article considers the empirical record of the 1942-1951 period of Federal Reserve history when the Fed was more politica


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This paper critically reviews the empirical economic literature that seeks to correlate central bank independence with low in


Simon Johnson
July 6, 2011

Simon discusses Greece, tax evasion, and the state of European Union on PBS, July 6 2011.

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Jan Kregel
May 9, 2011

At the end of 1930, as the 1929 US stock market crash was starting to have an impact on the real economy in the form of falli


Perry Mehrling
April 26, 2011

Perry discusses reforming the shadow banking system at INET, April 26 2011.

Lawrence Mishel
February 17, 2010

Lawrence Mishel on “the Stimulus and its Effects” PBS News Hour, February 17 2010.


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Henry C.K. Liu
June 8, 2009

Henry C.K. Liu discusses the history and implications of the Global Economic Crisis on Reform the Money, June 8 2009.

Heather Boushey
April 2, 2009

Heather discusses staggering job losses and the economic downturn at Cornell University, April 2 2009.


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Jeffrey Madrick
March 30, 2009

Nothing better illustrates the tenacity of the political right in America than the attention it has won for its claims that F

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Walker F. Todd
November 20, 2007

Walker Todd discusses private currency issues on NPR, November 20 2007.
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Bob McIntyre
July 28, 2006

For decades, most Republican politicians have treated as an article of faith that tax cuts, especially tax cuts for the rich,

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Stephanie A. Kelton
August 9, 2005

Since the failed attempt to control inflation by targeting the growth of monetary aggregates in the late 1970s and early 1980


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Randall Dodd
March 4, 2004

This study develops a proposal that has the potential to greatly improve the ability of developing countries to reduce their

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Stephanie A. Kelton
April 9, 2003

Prior to the introduction of the euro, the capital market within what is now the Eurozone was considerably more heterogeneou