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January 24, 2013

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Opponents of laws regulating the sale, manufacture and use of guns fervently invoke the Second Amendment.


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January 7, 2013

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December 17, 2012

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December 9, 2012

 
1. People who receive unemployment benefits are slow to search for work.


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December 6, 2012

A great deal of attention is currently focused on the notion that a “fiscal cliff” of higher taxes and spending cuts awai

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Many responses — from addiction treatment to finding housing — are necessary to reduce recidivism.


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November 13, 2012

In addition to addressing the impending fiscal cliff, Congress also needs to deal with the judicial cliff.

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November 5, 2012

When Gov Romney gave his acceptance speech at the Republican convention he quipped that President Obama wants to slow the r


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October 27, 2012

FOR almost 20 years, I’ve been spending time on a craggy stretch of British Columbia’s shoreline called the Sunshine Coas

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October 23, 2012

I thought the third and last presidential debate was a clear win for the president.


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Despite their differences, both Presidential campaigns have something in common: they seem to hold on an overly simplistic vi

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Last week, a San Diego paper covered how motorists given speeding tickets for $35, actually end up owing the state $235 (in

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August 15, 2012

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August 13, 2012

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Faiza Patel
August 12, 2012

The flood of reports about the New York City Police Department’s surveillance of American Muslims – in mosques, r


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July 30, 2012

Will no one rid me of the accursed examiners?
Examiners look at spreadsheets, but so do supervisors.


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Melanie Sloan
July 25, 2012

Late last month, in his drive to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt over Operation Fast and Furious, Rep.

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July 24, 2012

I do not detail Geithner’s actions against Barofsky in this article.


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July 23, 2012

Last week, I gave a talk to the Missouri Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems annual meeting.

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July 14, 2012

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July 13, 2012

Speed is killing our decisions. The crush of technology forces us to snap react. We blink, when we should think.

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July 10, 2012

Dean Baker discusses the corruption and criminality in pharmaceuticals on Al Jazeera, July 10th 2012.


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July 9, 2012

Procrastination is closely related to impatience. Their kinship is based on our bias toward the present over the future.

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July 8, 2012

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July 7, 2012

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

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Frank Partnoy
July 5, 2012

Our brains aren’t the only organ that influences our mental reactions and processes. Our hearts matter, too.


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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

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Our society is obsessed with productivity and efficiency, and we despise procrastination.


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June 26, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses the “short-termism” of corporate life, how media affects our decision-making and happines

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June 23, 2012

This week, the Supreme Court helped move our nation one step closer toward creating a fairer criminal justice system.


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June 11, 2012

 
Michael Waldman, executive director of the Brennan Center for Justice, on the difficulties of Florida’s attempt

Melanie Sloan
May 30, 2012

Melanie discusses misplaced priorities in the Edwards’ trial.


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April 29, 2012

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


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Michael Waldman
March 27, 2012

 

Did Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney miss a chance to seize on a mistake by President Obama, who w

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Jeffrey Sachs
February 24, 2012

 The world is at a crossroads.


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February 19, 2012

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February 10, 2012

Heather McGhee on “Millennial Generation” on Bill Moyers, February 10 2012.


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February 7, 2012

Nouriel discusses the likelihood of a double dip recession, global markets, and the Euro on CHOGM at Perth, February 7, 2012

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Faiza Patel
January 29, 2012

THE Police Department has the formidable responsibility of keeping New Yorkers safe from a terrorist attack.


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Michael Waldman
January 25, 2012

Michael Waldman, head speechwriter for President Bill Clinton, oversaw 4 State of the Union address. He spoke to Randi Kaye.

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Doug Kendall
January 21, 2012

Do we need a constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v.


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January 10, 2012

Sanjay Reddy talking about the Origin of Economics on INET, January 10 2012.

Tom Ferguson
January 8, 2012

.Tom discusses the 2012 GOP presidential candidates on the Real News Network, January 8 2012.


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Ethan Kaplan
January 6, 2012

We present a model of campaign contributions where special interest groups condition contributions on the receiving candidat

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Joshua A. Tucker
December 21, 2011

As the world digests the deaths of Vaclav Havel and Kim Jong-il, an interesting and unresolved questions is raised once ag


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Thomas Palley
December 9, 2011

In his novel, The Jungle, the American muckraking author Upton Sinclair wrote about the horrendous work and sanitary conditi

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Mark Schmitt
December 5, 2011

Mark Schmitt discusses the Republican Candidates on Bhtv, December 5 2011.
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John Schmitt
December 1, 2011

John Schmitt discusses the implications for the Federal Reserve’s involvement in the Eurozone on the Rick Smith Show, D

Geoffrey Stone
November 12, 2011

Mr. Stone introduces the Chicago Humanities Festival panel Wikileaks and the First Amendment on November 12th 2011.


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Naomi Klein
November 11, 2011

Naomi Klein discusses environmental issues on the “Keystone xl” on Democracy Now, November 11 2011.
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Heather McGhee
October 31, 2011

Heather McGhee on MSNBC’s Up with Chris Hayes, talking about “Occupy Oakland and Inequality in the US”, Oct


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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 18, 2011

Tom Ferguson discusses political fundraising and its detrimental effect on American politics on Radio Free Dylan, October 18


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Michael Greenberger
October 17, 2011

Michael Greenberger discusses national security and economic reform on WYPR, October 17 2011.
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Naomi Klein
October 6, 2011

Naomi Klein discusses the Occupy Wall Street Movement on Democracy Now, October 6 2011.
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Jeffrey Madrick
September 30, 2011

Jeffrey Madrick discusses the Euro Debt Crisis and its implications on the Majority Report with Sam Seder, September 30 2011.

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Samuel Bowles
September 7, 2011

Explicit economic incentives designed to increase contributions to public goods and to promote other pro-social behavior som


Jeffrey Madrick
August 24, 2011

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


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July 19, 2011

- A $20 trillion “externality” appears to present civilization with its BIG CHOICE: economic destruction or ecological d

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


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July 13, 2011

Jeffrey Madrick discusses America’s need for a new FDR and his book “Age of Greed” at Hyde Park, July 13 2

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A preliminary analysis of the United States Election Assistance Commission’s (EAC) biennial report to Congress on the NVRA


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June 28, 2011

Heather McGhee discusses voting among minorities and the issue of residencies on Countdown, June 28 2011.

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Jeffrey Madrick
June 11, 2011

Jeffrey Madrick discusses the genesis of greediness  and the roots of the financial crisis at the Seattle Town Hall, June 11


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Barry C. Lynn
June 8, 2011

America was born of rebellion against monopoly—over our souls, over our lands, over our commerce.

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Faiza Patel
June 6, 2011

Earlier this month, responding to a question from the editor of this publication, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland


Juliet Schor
May 20, 2011

Juliet Schor discusses austerity, consumerism, wealth, and investment on Big Think, May 20 2011.

Robert Kuttner
May 3, 2011

Robert discusses the Obama administration’s relationship with Wall Street on MSNBC, May 3 2011.


Barry C. Lynn
March 18, 2011

Barry discusses the financial impact of the Japanese earthquake on RT, March 18 2011.

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Eric Rauchway
March 10, 2011

Eric Rauchway on “the New Deal History and Effectiveness” at the McKinzie Research, March 10 2011.
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Naomi Klein
February 24, 2011

Naomi Klein discusses the Arab Spring with Sam Seder, February 24 2011.
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Mark Schmitt
February 21, 2011

Mark Schmitt talking about the economic overview of the South and how Democrats plan to address the region’s economic i


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James K. Boyce
February 3, 2011

James Boyce discusses contemporary environmentalism on KPFA, February 3 2011.
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Tova Andrea Wang
January 3, 2011

State Rep.


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Samuel Bowles
December 17, 2010

We explore the manner in which the structure of a social network constrains the level of inequality that can be sustained am

Samuel Bowles
December 3, 2010

Samuel gives the 2010 Kenan Distinguished Lecture in Ethics on laws, citizenship, and ethics, December 3 2010.


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Juliet Schor
October 26, 2010

Juliet Schor discusses issues of consumption and sustainability, and her new book “Plenitude” on Office Hours, O

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Mark Schmitt
October 22, 2010

Mark Schmitt discusses the Republicans and the Economy on Bhtv, October 22 2010.
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Lawrence Mishel
August 5, 2010

Lawrence Mishel talking about Double -Dip Recession on CNN, August 5 2010.

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Nicole Austin Hillery
July 23, 2010

This week, Congress made two important advances involving two key pieces of criminal justice legislation that are part of the


James discusses the unlikely event of serious economic reform under the existing hierarchy of the economics profession at IN

Sean Wilentz
June 2, 2010

The War Lovers author Evan Thomas and Princeton historian Sean Wilentz discuss popular history at NCC on 6/1/10


Barry C. Lynn
April 9, 2010

Barry Lynn discusses the flow of keystone industrial components and the Japanese earthquake on INET, April 9 2010.

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Randall Dodd
March 5, 2010

Three innovations in electronic trading of stocks and options have been in the headlines recently: high-frequency trading


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Zephyr Teachout
January 29, 2010

Campaign Finance Reform and the Future of Democracy.

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Lawrence Lessig
January 26, 2010

In early 2002, the filmmaker Grace Guggenheim–the daughter of the late Charles Guggenheim, one of America’s greatest


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Sanjay Reddy
December 15, 2009

This paper examines the phenomenon of real-income stagnation (in which real-income growth is uninterruptedly negligible or ne

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Joshua A. Tucker
November 9, 2009

Monday marks the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.


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Bob Pollin
June 15, 2009

The United States in the 21st century faces an enormous challenge—successfully managing the transformation from a predomina

Guy-Uriel Charles
January 15, 2009

Does the First Amendment protect public advocacy from the pulpit? What about prayer at a public, secular event? Is the religi


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Eric Rauchway
December 1, 2008

Eric Rauchway discusses “the Great Depression and its causes” at the University of California Davis, December 1 2008.

Heidi Hartmann
August 28, 2008

Heidi Hartmann discusses the political implication of Obama’s nomination at 2008 DNC, on Real News on August 28 2008.


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Eric Rauchway
August 20, 2008

Eric Rauchway discusses “American Exceptionalism”, and his book “Blessed Among Nations” on the Forum with Mic

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Lance Lindblom
May 29, 2008

Lance Lindblom discusses “Socially Responsible Investing” and  “shareholder’s role in corporate governance


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Sean Wilentz
May 6, 2008

In his political persona, as well as his policies, Reagan embodied a new fusion of deeply right-leaning politics with some of

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Linda Bilmes
March 4, 2008

Linda Bilmes on the economic impact of the Iraq war on Commonwealth California, March 4 2008.
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David Pozen
January 25, 2008

Whether the U.S.

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Lynn A. Stout
December 15, 2007

Rational choice analysis generally assumes that most people are both rational and selfish.


Lawrence Lessig
November 15, 2007

Lawrence Lessig discusses a vision for reconciling creative freedom with marketplace competition at TED, Nov 15, 2007
 

Naomi Klein
September 18, 2007

Naomi Klein discusses the economic disorientation and the war economy on Video Nation, September 18 2007.


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Stuart Ewen discusses persistent stereotypes Weekly Signals, KUCI, September 18 2007.
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James K. Boyce
April 5, 2007

By respecting nature’s limits and investing in nature’s wealth, we can
protect and enhance the environment’s ability to


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David Pozen
January 4, 2006

This paper uses data on juvenile offenders released from correctional facilities in Florida to explore the effects of facilit

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Edward N. Wolff
December 15, 2004

The media have been aglow with reports of the booming economy and rising prosperity in the United States since the early 1990


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Damon A. Silvers
March 18, 2004

The current vigorous debate on the place of shareholder nominated directors in the public company proxy solicitation process

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Stan Sporkin
December 15, 1998

During a discussion of corporate bribery, former Ambassador Michael Skol asked me whether I knew the name the Germans gave to


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Walker F. Todd
February 13, 1995

One of the most preposterous financial crimes of the century, the official management of the 1980s developing-countries debt

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Stuart Ewen
June 20, 1980

In 18S5, an event, fateful within the history of modern consciousness, occurred.


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Alex Matthiessen
December 17, 1904

AMERICANS were rightly angered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s inept response to the Hurricane Katrina dis