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Garrit Voggesser

Garrit Voggesser is NWF’s National Director for Tribal Partnerships. He works nationwide with tribes on a variety of wildlife, habitat, climate change, energy, water, and other conservation issues. Much of his work focuses on partnering with tribes to restore wild bison, restore and protect native habitat and wildlife on tribal lands, and ensure equitable support […]

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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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Andrew Wetzler

Andrew Wetzler is Director of NRDC’s Land and Wildlife Program and is based in NRDC’s Chicago, Illinois, office. Andrew has worked on issues related to wildlife and habitat conservation and open space preservation with NRDC for the last fifteen years.  While at NRDC, Andrew has worked to conserve a wide variety of individual species under […]

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Nick Nyhart

Nick Nyhart

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Ethan Kaplan

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The power suits making billions off the stock market are always trying to assure us that their trading serves a socially rede

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April 19, 2012

Just as the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) tried to distance itself from its role pushing parts of the NRA&

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April 4, 2012

Why are firms formed? What function do they perform? These questions
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April 2, 2012

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March 26, 2012

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March 21, 2012

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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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February 16, 2012

This week, climate blogs including DeSmogBlog and ThinkProgress Green uncovered a leaked document precious to public interest


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February 15, 2012

Fear, in any real market, is a natural emotion.


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February 9, 2012

It is not shaping up to be a great week for either Vladimir Putin or Mitt Romney.

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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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February 2, 2012

A new working paper by Eileen Appelbaum of CEPR and Rosemary Batt of Cornell University pulls from a widely-cited body of res

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January 26, 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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Heather McGhee
January 17, 2012

Few of us recall that the full name of the march where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


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Rashad Robinson
December 27, 2011

In the early ’60s, phone companies like Ma Bell used operators (all of whom were white in the South) to connect our cal

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Bob Pollin
December 15, 2011

Starting with the financial collapse and Great Recession of 2008-09, the U.S.


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An increasing share of the economy is organized around financial capitalism, where, in contrast to the past, capital market a

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Anne Simpson
December 11, 2011

Rethinking “Responsible Investment” in the wake of the finan-cial crisis is a daunting theme, and one best accomplished w


Lynn A. Stout
December 4, 2011

Lynn discusses the harmful impact of corporations on modern economic finance at UNSW, December 4 2011.

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November 10, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses foreclosures and profits of investment banks on MSNBC, November 10 2011.


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Bob McIntyre
November 3, 2011

Earlier this year, Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett made headlines by publicly decrying the stark inequity between

Robert Kuttner
October 25, 2011

Robert Kuttner debates the merits of a flat tax, and GOP tax proposals on PBS, October 25 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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September 1, 2011

Sarah Anderson discusses excessive executive pay and corporate tax avoidance on Bloomberg Television, September 1 2011.


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Sarah Anderson
August 31, 2011

Guns don’t kill people, the old saw goes. People do.
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A new study looks at the worst executive excesses–while Congress continues to help CEOs hide their outrageous pay rates


Robert Kuttner
May 3, 2011

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

Joseph E. Stiglitz
April 9, 2011

Joseph Stiglitz discusses information and its relation to economic incentives at the National Conference for Media Reform, A


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James Sample
March 25, 2011

Good news! If you’re looking to avoid federal taxes on $14 billion in profits, the financial strategists at General Ele

Bob McIntyre
March 9, 2011

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


Heidi Shierholz
January 24, 2011

Heidi discusses corporate profits, the trade deficit, and the labor market on Grit TV, January 24 2011.

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Barbara Arnwine
January 19, 2011

As the economic downturn continues to plague employment, education and every other aspect of American living, including housi


Heather McGhee
September 17, 2010

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

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Sarah Anderson
September 9, 2010

The landmark financial reform legislation passed in July includes reforms advocated for years by those who believe that empow


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June 13, 2010

Naomi Klein discusses deregulation and its relation to the economic crisis on C-SPAN, June 13 2010.

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April 28, 2010

Heidi Hartmann on NBC Nightly News discussing the Wal-Mart gender discrimination suit, April 28 2010.


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Frank Partnoy
March 15, 2010

The new financial reform bill proposed today by Senator Christopher Dodd, the Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, is mi

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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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December 20, 2009

William K. Black is a former senior deputy chief counsel at the federal Office of Thrift Supervision.

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May 17, 2009

Frank discusses executive pay on 60 Minutes, May 17 2009.


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May 16, 2009

Stan discusses illegal financial transactions by corporations on Frontline World, May 16 2009.

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Lynn A. Stout
December 15, 2008

Corporate law and scholarship generally assume that public corporations are controlled by professional managers, while shareh


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Frank Partnoy
November 18, 2008

Legislators have a big regulatory gun locked and loaded, and they are aiming at just about everyone.

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May 29, 2008

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


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Marcellus Andrews
May 21, 2008

The public in the rich world will soon have to face up to the fact that its wealth has been purchased at a vast human cost as

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Damon A. Silvers
March 18, 2008

It is an irony of conventional corporate theory that the people who truyl dedicate their lives to the enterprise- the employe


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Ethan Kaplan
March 3, 2008

We estimate the impact of political coups and top-secret coup planning on asset prices.

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David Pozen
December 5, 2007

A funny thing happened to the entrepreneur in legal, business, and social science scholarship.


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November 21, 2007

At Google Zeitgeist, U.C. Berkeley Law School Dean Christopher Edley, Jr.

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November 15, 2007

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


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August 28, 2007

Sarah Anderson discusses executive pay, Country Wide, and the financial crisis at IPS, August 28 2007.

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


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March 8, 2006

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There are many examples debunking free-market propaganda that wages and prices must simply

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