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Jim Chanos

Jim Chanos

Jim Chanos is the Founder and Managing Partner of Kynikos Associates. As the largest exclusive short selling investment firm, Kynikos provides investment management services for domestic and offshore clients. Mr. Chanos opened Kynikos Associates in 1985 to implement investment strategies he had uncovered while beginning his Wall Street career as a financial analyst with Paine […]

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Lynn A. Stout

Lynn A. Stout

Professor Lynn A. Stout is the Distinguished Professor of Corporate and Business Law Clarke Business Law, Cornell Law School. Professor Stout is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of corporate governance, securities regulation, financial derivatives, law and economics, and moral behavior. Stout is the author of numerous articles and books on these topics and […]

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Juliet Schor

Juliet Schor

Juliet Schor is a Professor of Sociology at Boston College. Before joining Boston College, she taught at Harvard University for 17 years in the Department of Economics and the Committee on Degrees in Women’s Studies. Her most recent book is True Wealth: How and Why Millions of Americans are Creating a Time-Rich, Ecologically Light, Small-Scale, […]

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Brenda Wright

Brenda Wright is the Vice President of Legal Strategies at Demos.  She has led many progressive legal and policy initiatives on voting rights, campaign finance reform, redistricting, election administration and other democracy and electoral reform issues and is a nationally know expert in these areas.  She has argued two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court: Randall […]

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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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Melanie Sloan

Melanie Sloan

Melanie Sloan serves as CREW’s Executive Director and is a nationally recognized expert on congressional ethics. Prior to starting CREW, she served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia where, from 1998-2003, she successfully tried cases before dozens of judges and juries. Before becoming a prosecutor, Ms. Sloan served as Minority […]

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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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Anthony Leiserowitz

Anthony Leiserowitz

Anthony Leiserowitz, Ph.D. is a research scientist at the Yale University School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication. He is an expert on public opinion about climate change and the environment. His research investigates the psychological, cultural, and political factors that influence environmental attitudes, policy support, […]

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Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson is a faculty member at the Columbia Business School at Columbia University where he is the inaugural holder of the Norman Eig Chair of Business, and Director of the Center for Decision Sciences.  His research examines the interface between Behavioral Decision Research, Economics and the decisions made by consumers, managers, and their implications […]

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Diane Coyle

Diane Coyle

Economist and author Diane Coyle runs the consultancy Enlightenment Economics. She is Vice Chair of the BBC Trust. She is a member of the Migration Advisory Committee, was a member of the Browne Review of higher education funding, and was on the Competition Commission for eight years. Diane is a visiting professor at the University […]

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Laura Quinn

Laura Quinn

Laura Quinn is a founder of Catalist, and has led the day-to-day management since its inception in 2006; assembling the team, and guiding the company from concept, through capitalization, to full production. Ms. Quinn has an extensive background in communications, technology and data innovation. She is a founding partner of QRS Newmedia, Inc. started in […]

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Erika L. Wood

Erika L. Wood

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Lorraine C. Minnite

Lorraine C. Minnite is Associate Professor in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, and director of the Undergraduate Urban Studies Program at Rutgers University-Camden.  Her research is concerned with issues of inequality, social and racial justice, political conflict and institutional change.  She is the author and co-author of two books on electoral rules and […]

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Ethan Kaplan

Ethan Kaplan

Ethan Kaplan is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland at College Park. He focuses on political economy, labor economics, and new microeconomic empirical approaches to macroeconomics. He studied economics at UC Berkeley, receiving his PhD in 2005. He received his M.A. in Development Economics from Stanford University in 1999 and his B.A. […]

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Do you think the damage from the pending bankruptcy of the city of Detroit will be limited to Detroit? Think again.

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The IRS gave itself two black eyes by admitting that it has bungled processing the flood tide of applications for 501(c)(4) s

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The world looked on agog as Tim Cook, the head of Apple, said his company had paid all the taxes owed – seeming to say th

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….We will discover that raising taxes on the rich makes no difference.


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Look, up in the sky! It’s a “fiscal cliff.” It’s a slope. It’s an obstacle course.

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December 19, 2012

Tax hikes for millionaires and Social Security cuts for grannies.

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December 17, 2012

Some Republicans have long insisted that many of the jobless, relaxing in a billowy social safety net, simply aren’t trying


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Attempts to undo or diminish Social Security began upon the program’s enactment; they continue unabated.

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Dean Baker elucidates that the without any deal before December 31st, 2012, there will be minimal negative economic impact on


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December 12, 2012

Will Republicans buck anti-tax orthodoxy and strike a budget deal? Since election night, they have begun to utter the dreaded

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Washington has a way of focusing the nation’s attention on tactical games over partisan maneuvers that are symptoms of


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December 11, 2012

Any business run like the federal criminal justice system would fail.

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The battle between President Obama and the Republican Congress has become a major spectator sport as we approach the end of t

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December 7, 2012

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December 4, 2012

Dear Congress,
Please don’t drive our economy off the fiscal cliff.


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The “fiscal cliff” is a rhetorical device designed to hijack the inauguration of new federal programs that would

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Steve Fraser
December 3, 2012

“Debtpocalypse” looms, Depending on who wins out in Washington, we’re told, we will either free fall over the fiscal c


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November 29, 2012

Famed Short-Seller Jim Chanos puts the fiscal cliff in perspective and disputes the notion that the cliff causes investor unc

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November 28, 2012

The Simpson-Bowles budget balancing plan seems to have become the common-sense standard for dealing with America’s future b

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“Fix the Debt,” as you’ve probably noticed from the Internet ads that are now as ubiquitous as the old Netflix pop-ups,


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November 27, 2012

Former IMF Chief Economist Simon Johnson discusses our annual trillion dollar deficits, the fiscal cliff, and historic United

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Center for Economic Policy’s Dean Baker debates AEI’s Jim Pethokoukis on the ramifications of the fiscal cliff (


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Robert Kuttner
November 26, 2012

As President Obama gets closer to making his deal with the Republicans on the budget, the most important thing to keep in min

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November 17, 2012

For much of the last three decades, policy debates in the United States have been dominated by a quixotic concern about defic


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November 6, 2012

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November 4, 2012

Bob Herbert discusses a recent economic report by the Non-partisan Congressional Research Service that discovered no correlat


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November 1, 2012

Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alte

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Dean Baker
October 30, 2012

One of the major growth industries in Washington is the promotion of budget hysteria.


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Sean Wilentz
October 28, 2012

The 2012 presidential campaign may seem like it’s all about the economy, but it’s really being driven by the chief politi

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October 24, 2012

Case-Shiller index co-author Robert Shiller discusses presidential candidates, the global economic forecast, and euro-zone un


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Robert Kuttner
October 22, 2012

Conservative commentators use the term “pander” to describe politicians, usually liberals, who are sensitive to w


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October 18, 2012

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October 17, 2012

President Obama did what he needed to do tonight. He took the debate to Mitt Romney.


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October 9, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs examine a new report in The Economist that once again says the numbers for Mitt Romney’s tax cuts and Paul R

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Inimai M. Chettiar
October 4, 2012

As political commentators discuss Obama’s lack of eye contact and Romney’s unexpected charisma, it would serve us


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September 27, 2012

It is axiomatic among most of our Washington elite that the United States cannot lose its pre-eminent global role, at least n

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Josh Silver
August 30, 2012

Look behind the pomp and circumstance of the conventions and you’ll quickly discover the naked auctioning of our democr


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August 28, 2012

Bob Herbert talks with Rachel Maddow about Mitt Romney’s fiscal plan and campaign on MSNBC, August 28th, 2012.

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August 22, 2012

Dean Baker discusses the merits of letting some of the bush tax cuts expire on CNBC, August 22, 2012.


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David Brooks in today’s New York Times commits the standard error of pundits who want to appear neutral but know the Romn

Bob Herbert talks to Rachel Maddow about Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney’s fiscal policies, and Republican extremism, August


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As the presumptive Republican vice-presidential candidate, Representative Paul D.

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Nouriel Roubini
August 15, 2012

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


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Robert Borosage
August 14, 2012

Now that Mitt Romney has selected Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.

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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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The record drought and crop failures will create shortages, especially of corn, and will increase the prices of many foods th

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Jeffrey Sachs
August 6, 2012

Investors are awaiting the miraculous delivery from crisis by the ECB and the Fed, but they are waiting in vain.


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Much political debate in the United States today boils down to one deceptively simple question: who are the moochers?
Conside

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


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Robert Kuttner
August 5, 2012

Let’s not expect central bankers to bail out the continuing economic mess.

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Heather Boushey
August 3, 2012

Yesterday, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) gleefully unveiled a list of 88 economists, who warn “that raising taxe


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Jacob S. Hacker
August 2, 2012

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The political fight over America’s ailing economy is dominated by one word: debt.

Dean Baker interprets the potential limits of Romney’s tax plan on The Ed Show.


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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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Nancy Folbre
July 30, 2012

To import or to outsource? That is the question.


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Robert Borosage
July 26, 2012

The wealthiest Americans often choose to live in gated communities, designed to shield them from the intrusion of those Ann R

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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 &


Sony Kapoor, along with the General Secretary of CIFA Jean-Pierre Diserens and author of “Banking Secrecy is Dead&#8221

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Mark Schmitt
July 23, 2012

We’ve just witnessed an episode of political strategy of such creativity and nerve that journalists and political consu


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Joseph E. Stiglitz
July 22, 2012

Despite what the debt and deficit hawks would have you believe, we can’t cut our way back to prosperity.

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Teresa Ghilarducci
July 21, 2012

I WORK on retirement policy, so friends often want to talk about their own retirement plans and prospects.


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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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Heather Boushey
July 19, 2012

The U.S. manufacturing sector is and will remain vital to our nation’s economic prosperity.


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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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Nancy Folbre
July 16, 2012

Unless Congress takes action before the end of the year, the child tax credit (currently $1,000 a child) will be cut in half

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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


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Dean Baker
July 12, 2012

The NYT had a piece on the potential impact that uncertainty around the extension of tax cuts and the imposition of legislate

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Lawrence Mishel
July 11, 2012

The preeminent economic challenge of our time is to generate robust job growth and make sure unemployment drops steadily and


Robert Reich dissects important election year issues that will impact the economy beyond 2012, July 11, 2012.

On Fox News, Shiller proposes a solution to debt financing might be issuing shares in government GDPs.


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Dean Baker
July 10, 2012

Folks in Washington like to think that their silly dramas have much more impact on the world than they in fact do.

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Simon Johnson
July 9, 2012

On July 3, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.


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The proverbial stork, bringer of babies and emblem of fertility, has been driven off course by the socialist welfare state.

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In recent weeks Alan Simpson, the foul-mouthed former senator, has apparently been sent to the sidelines.


Simon Johnson
July 8, 2012

Simon Johnson talks about the impact the Affordable Care Act will have on Americans, the Jamie Dimon resignation petition, Ba

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The economy is plainly stuck in second gear.


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That is what listeners to a segment that bemoaned the fact that China’s population might decline in the decades ahead

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
July 7, 2012

America has long prided itself on being a land of opportunity.


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In the middle of an article that is largely devoted to discussing the absurdity of Republicans attacks on the Affordable Ca

William Black
July 6, 2012

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


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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Private employers have added jobs for 28 straight months, proving the resilience of the U.S.

Dean Baker
July 5, 2012

Dean Baker, with Micro Strategy president David Goldman, discusses employment trends, “Obamacare,” the threat of


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L. Randall Wray
July 2, 2012

Earlier this week I noted, tongue-firmly-in-cheek, that we’re all MMTers now, following Paul McCulley’s recommendation th


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Robert Kuttner
July 1, 2012

If Europe continues its steady march to financial depression and collapse of the Euro, no politician will be more to blame th


Bob Herbert, along with AP’s Beth Fouhy and NBC’s Tom Brokaw, discusses SCOTUS’s decision on the Affordab

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Sarah Anderson
June 28, 2012

The leaders of France and Germany may have their differences on the big question of the day — stimulus versus austerity.


Jeffrey Sachs
June 26, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs talks about the European crisis, economic globalization, and the lack of public support of a “United Stat

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 25, 2012

Republicans blame President Obama for the economy’s slow recovery.


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US inequality is at its highest point for nearly a century.

Jeffrey Sachs discusses how big money affects politics on Morning Joe on MSNBC, June 25th 2012.


Jacob S. Hacker
June 22, 2012

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

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Jeffrey Sachs
June 20, 2012

One of the world’s pre-eminent scientific publications, Nature, issued a scathing report card in advance of this week’s R


Damon A. Silvers
June 16, 2012

Damon Silvers talks about the benefits of public investments and alleviating the housing and student loans mess on CSPAN2, Ju

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Nouriel Roubini
June 15, 2012

Dark, lowering financial and economic clouds are, it seems, rolling in from every direction: the eurozone, the United States,


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Heather McGhee
June 13, 2012

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Robert Reich
June 6, 2012

Robert Reich discusses how raising taxes on the rich is important to solving some of the nations most pressing economic issue


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Nancy Folbre
June 4, 2012

Here it comes: economic Armageddon.

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Last week’s May jobs numbers were bad news, regardless of how you look at them.


Simon Johnson
May 21, 2012

Simon Johnson disucsses America’s national debt, social investment and austerity on BNN, May 21st, 2012.

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Robert Borosage
May 17, 2012

The dire threat facing America, according to Mitt Romney and Republicans this week, is debt, not mass unemployment.


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Robert Kuttner
May 13, 2012

On Tuesday, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation will hold its third annual fiscal summit.

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Dean Baker
May 10, 2012

Should we cut cancer research to pay for more bombers? This is the agenda of many Republicans as we start to get closer to th


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Bob Pollin
May 8, 2012

This paper examines three sets of major questions regarding the current US
government’s fiscal deficit and outstanding debt

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Heather Boushey
May 4, 2012

The economy continues to move in the right direction.


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Simon Johnson
May 3, 2012

The conventional wisdom in American presidential politics is that once a candidate has secured a party’s nomination, he ten

Robert Shiller
May 2, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses U.S.


Dean Baker discusses current employment numbers and the U.S. economic outlook on CNBC, May 2nd, 2012.

Tamara Draut
April 29, 2012

Tamara Draut discusses the relationship between student aid and tuition on Fox News April 29th, 2012.


Robert Shiller
April 12, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses the recent JOBS bill on CNBC, April 12, 2012.

Bob McIntyre
April 11, 2012

Bob McIntyre discusses alternative tax framework on CSPAN, April 11th, 2012.


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You might have heard how the U.S. has just become “number one” in corporate taxation.

Simon Johnson
April 9, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the need to let the Bush era tax cuts expire on PBS, April 9th, 2012.


Simon Johnson discusses the need to let the Bush era tax cuts expire on CNBC, April 9th, 2012.

Simon Johnson
April 7, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the national debt on MSNBC, April 7th, 2012.


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Simon Johnson
April 5, 2012

There are two competing narratives about the federal government budget in the political mainstream today.

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Robert Kuttner
April 1, 2012

With the economy just barely on a path to durable recovery, some very dumb fiscal chickens are coming home to roost on Januar


Dean Baker
March 30, 2012

Dean Baker discusses raising the tax rate on the wealthy on CNBC, March 30, 2012.

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Lawrence Mishel
March 28, 2012

On Monday, the Congressional Progressive Caucus released its Budget for All, a stark contrast and credible alternative to the


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Simon Johnson
March 22, 2012

As it currently stands, the “JOBS” bill now before the Senate would gut investor protection in the United States.

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The United States is, without question, an exceptional country.


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Jeffrey Madrick
March 21, 2012

Contrary to what we hear from Republicans, America did not lose its way in the past few years.

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Dean Baker
March 20, 2012

Tax cuts for corporations and the super-rich; budget cuts for Medicare and Medicaid – how cynical can the congressman be?
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Joseph E. Stiglitz
March 18, 2012

Joseph Stiglitz discusses the role of government in the economy at The New School for Social Research, March 18th, 2012.

Joseph E. Stiglitz
March 16, 2012

Joseph Stiglitz discusses the massive military budget and cost effective expenditure at the AWSC Keynote, 3/16/2012.


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Dean Baker
March 13, 2012

There should be little doubt that President Obama deserves credit for what recovery we are seeing, although he also must shar

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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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Algernon Austin
March 8, 2012

Since the start of the Great Recession, the national unemployment rate peaked in 2010 with an annual average of 9.6 percent.

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Sarah Anderson
March 6, 2012

By now, nurses in bright red scrubs are a familiar sight at rallies in Washington, D.C.


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Greg Anrig
February 23, 2012

But because Massachusetts public schools have been viewed as a model for the nation since the middle of the ninteenth century

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Nomi Prins
February 22, 2012

The Obama administration’s announcement of a generous cut to the corporate statutory tax rate from 35 percent to 28 per


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Jeffrey Sachs
February 17, 2012

One of the unshakable myths of the punditariat is that the federal government is going bankrupt because of entitlements spend

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Michael Waldman
February 13, 2012

David Frum, Taegan Goddard and Michael Waldman on Erin Burnett OutFront discuss President Obama’s budget and the polit


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President Barack Obama’s budget for 2013 will set off a vitriolic battle.

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Bob McIntyre
February 7, 2012

Facebook announced this month that it plans to give its co-founder and controlling stockholder, Mark Zuckerberg, a $2.


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Sony Kapoor
February 6, 2012

Overspending by governments, we have been told, triggered this crisis.

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Michael Konczal
February 5, 2012

Privatizing the government is one of the most active projects of the early 21st century.


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Robert Shiller
January 30, 2012

Corporations use a combination of debt and equity to finance their investments and operations.

Tom Ferguson
January 25, 2012

Tom analyzes the Obama State of the Union, particularly the deficit and employment on the Real News Network, January 25 2012


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Jacob S. Hacker
January 24, 2012

For a century, the bedrock principle of our tax code has been progressivity: The rich pay a larger share of income than the m


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Alan S. Blinder
January 19, 2012

Try to ignore the current shallowness in American politics, if you can, and assume that the federal budget deficit will be am

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Algernon Austin
January 18, 2012

Newt Gingrich has been using the fast exchanges of the Republican presidential debates to ignore facts, misdiagnose economic


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In his classic Fable of the Bees: or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits(1724), Bernard Mandeville, the Dutch-born British philo

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Bob Pollin
January 15, 2012

Some of these proposals are good, some are less good, and some are truly awful.


Leo Hindery, Jr.
January 8, 2012

Leo Hindrey Jr discusses on the lack of private sector growth and global financial growth on Bloomberg Enterprise, January 8

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Nouriel Roubini
December 20, 2011

For the last three years the world’s biggest economies – the US, eurozone and China – have been living up to the infuri


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Sony Kapoor
December 11, 2011

EU leaders promised to stop Europe’s spiral into economic oblivion.

Heather McGhee
December 9, 2011

Heather McGhee on “State of Young America” on C-SPAN, December 9 2011.


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Robert Borosage
November 30, 2011

Bob Borosage discuses debt, and pressing economic issues on The Cohen Show, November 30 2011.
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Sarah Anderson
November 25, 2011

Some lawmakers are trying to give America the cartoon image of a penniless hobo, circa 1932, with holes in his pants and noth


Sarah Anderson
November 22, 2011

Sarah Anderson discusses the failure of the “super committee,” congressional deadlock, and fiscal reform on Dem

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Sarah Anderson
November 21, 2011

A misplaced obsession with our national debt and austerity has overtaken the national debate on the economy, with a resoundin


Robert Borosage
October 27, 2011

Robert Borosage discusses Rick Perry’s tax plan on RT, October 27th, 2011.

Robert Kuttner
October 25, 2011

Robert Kuttner debates the merits of a flat tax, and GOP tax proposals on PBS, October 25 2011.


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Juliet Schor
October 20, 2011

Every month, one of the most anxiously anticipated pieces of economic information is the Commerce Department’s spending da

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Tom Ferguson
October 15, 2011

The year is 1909. The U.S. income distribution is about as lopsided as it is today. J. P.


Robert Kuttner
October 13, 2011

Robert discusses the struggles of the middle-class, Herman Cain, and the tax code on Countdown, October 13 2011.

Brenda Wright
September 24, 2011

Brenda Wright discusses whether calling an Article V convention would help  to reform campaign finance at the Constitutional


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Tom Ferguson
September 23, 2011

Tom Ferguson discusses congressional deadlock on Electric Politics, September 23 2011.
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Tom Ferguson
September 19, 2011

Tom discusses cuts, tax reform, and taxing the wealthy on the Real News Network, September 19 2011.


Nomi Prins
September 15, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses state budet deficits and the painful economic recovery on Fox News, September 15 2011.

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Randall Wray discusses Wall Street and the Stock Market on KPFK, September 15 2011.
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Around the seminar rooms of Washington, there is much talk about the need for an industrial strategy to support sectors of th

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Mark Schmitt
September 9, 2011

Barack Obama’s jobs speech last night was not the speech his critics from the left had been asking for.


Nancy Altman
September 8, 2011

Nancy Altman discusses the dangers of cutting social security funding via the payroll tax cut on Fox News, September 8th, 201

Bob Herbert
September 7, 2011

Bob discusses the need for an infrastructure bill and the need to eliminate republican tax cuts on MSNBC, September 7 2011.


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James Crotty
September 5, 2011

Rapidly rising deficits at both the federal and state and local government levels, along with prospective long-term financin

Jeffrey Madrick
August 24, 2011

Jeffrey Madrick on “consumer protection” on PBS, August 24 2011.


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Frank Partnoy
August 17, 2011

Frank Partnoy discusses Credit Downgrade and National Debt on NPR, August 17 2011.
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Robert Borosage
August 12, 2011

Bob discusses the task of the Super-Committee on Democracy Now!, August 12 2011.


Nouriel Roubini
August 8, 2011

Nouriel Roubini discusses austerity, the need for stimulus, and long term economic plans on CNBC, August 8 2011.

Dean Baker
August 3, 2011

Dean Baker discusses austerity measures, the debt deal and unemployment on Democracy Now, August 3, 2011.


Bob Pollin
August 2, 2011

Bob Pollin on the state of American economy and bond rating agencies on Real News, August 2 2011.

Tom Ferguson
August 1, 2011

Tom discusses the debt ceiling deal on the Real News Network, August 1 2011.


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Jacob S. Hacker
July 31, 2011

Our nation isn’t facing just a debt crisis; it’s facing a democracy crisis.

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Heather McGhee
July 27, 2011

Never in our nation’s history has our government defaulted on our debts.


Robert Borosage
July 26, 2011

Robert Borosage discusses the debt ceiling negotiations on TYT Network, July 26th, 2011.

Leo Hindery, Jr.
July 22, 2011

Leo Hindrey Jr discusses rampant unemployment in the US at C-Span, July 22 2011.


Jeffrey Madrick
July 15, 2011

Jeffrey Madrick on “The Triumph of Finance and the Decline of America” on Democracy Now, July 15 2011.

Bob Pollin argues interest payments on US debt well below average, there is time to deal with long-term debt. July 15, 2011.


L. Randall Wray
July 14, 2011

Randall Wray discusses the U.S budget deficit and the deb ceiling on RT, July 14 2011.

Bob McIntyre
July 9, 2011

Bob McIntyre discusses the economic ramifications of increasing the capital gains tax on CNBC, July 9th,2011.


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Alan S. Blinder
June 29, 2011

The majority of Americans can be forgiven for believing — as they do — that the U.S.

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Nicole Woo
June 15, 2011

With much chatter over the past week about the White House suggesting an employer-side payroll tax cut to stimulate the econo


Timothy Canova
June 7, 2011

Timothy discusses income inequality, the budget, and class divide on RT America, June 7 2011.

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Robert Prasch
May 9, 2011

Supply-side economics is a hearty perennial, one that closely follows the election cycle.


Tamara Draut
May 3, 2011

Tamara Draut discusses the role public jobs can play in reducing the deficit on Fox, May 3 2011.

Heather McGhee
April 6, 2011

Heather McGhee discusses the Paul Ryan Budget Plan on Grit TV, April 6 2011.


Robert Borosage
March 14, 2011

Robert Borosage discusses Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and worker rights on MSNBC, March 14th, 2011.

Bob McIntyre
March 9, 2011

Bob McIntyre discusses corporate tax subsidies and the need to reform the tax code on CSPAN, March 9th,2011.


Naomi Klein
March 8, 2011

Naomi Klein disucsses privatization and its relation to state budget fights on the Rachel Maddow Show/MSNBC, March 8 2011.

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L. Randall Wray
March 2, 2011

Randall Wray discusses his views on the “Biggest Drains on the Economy” and “Deficit” on Ross Reynolds, March


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Teresa Ghilarducci
February 24, 2011

President’s Obama’s call to freeze civilian federal pay for two years will have a tiny positive effect on the deficit and

Dean Baker
February 18, 2011

Dean Baker discusses the freeze on domestic discretionary spending and the deficit on the Real News Network, February 18 201


Jeffrey Sachs
February 14, 2011

Jeffrey Sachs discusses the federal deficit on Bloomberg, February 14 2011.


Bob McIntyre
January 31, 2011

Bob discusses tax sheltering activities by First Union on PBS, January 31 2011.

Greg Anrig
January 3, 2011

Greg Anrig discusses the impact of cutting the federal budget and other economic policies of 2010 at the Century Foundation,


Dean Baker
December 21, 2010

Dean Baker discusses the economic downturn and the rise of austerity on MSNBC, December 21 2010.

Simon Johnson
December 7, 2010

Simon discusses recent tax cuts and their inability to generate new jobs on MSNBC, December 7 2010.


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Gerard Caprio
October 21, 2010

By analysing the macro financial determinants of the Great Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 on 83 countries, we find that the pr

Heather McGhee
September 17, 2010

Heather McGhee on “the expiration of Bush tax cuts” on Countdown/MSNBC, September 17 2010.


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Linda Bilmes
September 5, 2010

Writing in these pages in early 2008, we put the total cost to the United States of the Iraq war at $3 trillion.

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Taeku Lee
July 28, 2010

On Saturday, June 26th, nearly 4,000 Americans from all walks of life participated in an all-day country-wide deliberation on


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HERE in California, where people tiresomely boast that the state’s gross domestic product exceeds that of all but seven nat

Stephanie A. Kelton
June 21, 2010

Dr. Stephanie Kelton discusses the analogy drawn between household budgets and the government budget.


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Randall Dodd
June 1, 2010

Aside from some shared names-and the movie Paris, Texas, which celebrates one of them—there seem to be few connections be

James K. Galbraith
April 27, 2010

James discusses the U.S. debt CNBC, April 27 2010.


Bob McIntyre
April 14, 2010

Bob McIntyre discusses the implications of a value added tax on Bloomberg Television, April 14 2010.

Nancy Folbre
February 26, 2010

Nancy discusses the state of higher education at DEMOS, February 26 2010.


Joseph E. Stiglitz
January 19, 2010

Joe discusses the need for a new value system for economic measurement at the 92 Y, January 19 2010.

Thomas Palley
December 21, 2009

Tom addresses the roots of the financial crisis at the New America Foundation, 2009.


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Mark Schmitt
December 17, 2009

Probably the most distinctive innovation in the Obama Administration’s brand of liberalism is its interest in behaviora

Linda Bilmes
October 1, 2009

Linda discusses the financial repercussions of two wars on Bloomberg  Television, October 1 2009.


Laura Quinn
September 28, 2009

Laura Quinn, CEO of Catalist, explains how her database pools voter data nationwide to target specific voters.

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Randall Dodd
September 5, 2009

The global financial crisis has had a devastating impact on major financial markets, undermining the solvency of firms, d


Greg Anrig
April 23, 2009

Greg Anrig discusses conservative economic policies and rhetoric at the Progressive Book Club, April 23 2009.

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Eric Rauchway
December 19, 2008

Any smart historian of the 1930s is a New Deal critic.


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Sherle Schwenninger
December 15, 2008

Dear Mr. President:
By now, you are painfully aware of the gravity of the economic crisis you will soon inherit.

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Eric Rauchway
October 8, 2008

If you prefer irony to panic, you might consider the peculiar spectacle of the current administration, a bitter opponent of t


Sherle Schwenninger
July 29, 2008

Sherle Schwenninger on “Economic Growth and Slowdown,” at the New America Foundation, July 29 2008.

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Linda Bilmes
March 3, 2008

The cost of war in Iraq reaches far beyond the tab for bullets and bombs, says professor Linda Bilmes, co-author (with Joseph


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Linda Bilmes
February 19, 2008

March 19 marks the fifth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

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David Pozen
January 25, 2008

Whether the U.S.


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Greg Anrig
November 20, 2007

Greg Anrig discusses the failure of Bush-Era economic policies on KUCI, November 20 2007.
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Bob McIntyre
August 30, 2006

A fellow from PricewaterhouseCoopers, the big accounting, lobbying, and corporate public relations firm, called me the other


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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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Thomas Palley
June 15, 2006

The stability of the international financial system is in doubt.


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Bob McIntyre
November 20, 2005

There are many things to criticize about the recent report from President Bush’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform.

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Abby Levine
July 1, 2003

Does your nonprofit pay property taxes? Why should it? you may be asking.


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Abby Levine
June 21, 2002

Nonprofits vary widely in terms of their impacts, both intended and unintended, on the communities in which they are located.

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Mark Schmitt
September 22, 0201

In his deficit-reduction proposal, unveiled in his Rose Garden speech on Monday, President Obama once again found himself ado