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Arindrajit Dube

Arindrajit Dube

Arindrajit Dube is an Assistant Professor of Economics at University of Massachusetts Amherst whose work focuses on labor economics, health economics and political economy. His core areas of research includes minimum wage policies, fiscal policy, income inequality, health reform, and the economics of conflict. Dube received his B.A. in Economics and M.A. in Development Policy […]

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Eric Kingson

Eric Kingson

Eric Kingson, professor of social work at Syracuse University, is founding co-director of Social Security Works (www.socialsecurityworks.org) and co-chair of the Strengthen Social Security Coalition (www.strengthensocialsecurity.org), a coalition of over 300 national and state organizations.  A founding board member of the National Academy of Social Insurance, he served as policy advisor to the 1982 National […]

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Samuel Issacharoff

Samuel Issacharoff is the Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law at the New York University School of Law. His wide-ranging research deals with issues in civil procedure (especially complex litigation and class actions), law and economics, constitutional law, particularly with regard to voting rights and electoral systems, and employment law. He is one of the pioneers […]

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Aziz Huq

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Kate Zimmerman

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Bob Pollin

Robert Pollin is the Director of the Political Economy Research Institute, and Professor of Economics, at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His research centers on macroeconomics, conditions for low-wage workers in the U.S. and globally, the analysis of financial markets, and the economics of building a clean-energy economy in the U.S. He has been a […]

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Richard B. Freeman

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Heather Boushey

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Juliet Schor

Juliet Schor

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For most of the 20th century, higher education wasn’t treated as a cash cow, and students were better off for it.

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Liberals need to own the wage problem.


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The United Kingdom has long been one of the most centralized developed economies in the world.

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My recent column about the growth of on-demand jobs like Uber making life less predictable and secure for workers unleashed a


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The unpunished killings of Michael Brown, Miriam Carey, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and so many others reflect a racist criminal-


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Jobs are coming back, but pay isn’t. The median wage is still below where it was before the Great Recession.

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Republicans who now run Congress say they want to cooperate with President Obama, and point to the administration’s Trans-P


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Three hot topics of discussion these days are the millennial generation, student debt and inequality.

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The President blames himself for the Democrat’s big losses Election Day.


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Presidents are rarely able to accomplish much in the last two years of a second term.

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NEW YORK – The Ebola crisis reminds us, once again, of the downside of globalization.

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Pity the American people for imagining that they have just elected the new Congress. In a formal way, they of course have.


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Hard work. Technology. Globalization. Skills. Grit.


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Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen gave a speech a few weeks ago that was doubly unusual.

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One early morning in Brooklyn a few months ago, when I was still running for governor of New York, I encountered a man talkin


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Naomi Klein on why she thinks climate change offers the most positive argument against the ‘brutal logic’ of aust


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October 29, 2014

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We recently disagreed with Andrew Biggs and Sylvester Schieber when they said the retirement crisis is not real.


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A review of French economist Thomas Piketty’s best-selling book “Capital in the 21st Century” by the world’s richest

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Naomi Klein — “the most visible and influential figure on the American left,” as The New Yorker puts it — dropped b

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You’ve probably seen references to the work of my colleague (and former student), Pavlina Tcherneva in recent days.


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NEW YORK – In the midst of the ongoing dispute between Argentina and the “vulture funds” that hold its bonds, a broad c

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September 30, 2014

“It is but equity that they who feed, clothe, and lodge the whole body of the people, should have such a share of the p


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

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The reception in the United States, and in other advanced economies, of Thomas Piketty’s recent book Capital in the Twenty

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In recent decades the news for the country’s workers and the labor movement has been mostly bad.


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Our country has suffered from rising income inequality and chronically slow growth in the living standards of low- and modera


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The events unfolding in Missouri have brought all eyes on the issue of law enforcement practices.

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Last night’s police violence against citizens of Ferguson, MO was an affront to democracy.


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While immigration is among the most important issues the country faces, misperceptions persist about fundamental aspects of t


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No surprise, Americans are in a foul temper.

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


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In this installment of The Curve, we asked our contributors to examine Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Centur

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This month – the centenary of the outbreak of World War I – is an opportune time to reflect on big risks.


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August 8, 2014

The wound of the financial crisis of 2008, and the challenge to the legitimacy of our governance, is still very much with us.

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August 6, 2014

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August 5, 2014

The White House took an important step today to protect millions of Americans who work for federal contractors from illegal w

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House Democrats released their 2014 election year platform Wednesday, entitled “Middle Class Jump Start: 100 Day Action Pla


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July 22, 2014

Thomas Piketty’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century has captured the world’s attention, putting the relationship b

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July 21, 2014

It’s hard to recall a time when the world presented more crises with fewer easy solutions.


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July 10, 2014

The jobs numbers released by the Labor Department last week were good news. The economy generated 288,000 jobs.

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July 8, 2014

Some inequality of income and wealth is inevitable, if not necessary.


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Political leaders used to believe that economic security for workers and their families was good for the economy.

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In an influential speech at an International Monetary Fund event last November, Larry Summers, former economic adviser to bot

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July 1, 2014

The Great Recession officially ended five years ago this month, but the labor market has made only agonizingly slow progress


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The shocking thing about the financial collapse of 2008 is not that Wall Street excesses pushed us into the worst economy cri

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An insidious trend has developed over this past third of a century.


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June 26, 2014

Imagine this: your state is thinking about building a new coal plant.


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A few weeks ago I was visited in my office by the chairman of one of the country’s biggest high-tech firms who wanted t

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Nicole Woo
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The Nation sparked a robust discussion last week with its incisive online conversation, Does Feminism Have a Class Problem?


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The White House is holding a summit Monday, June 23 on working families.

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A few weeks ago I was visited in my office by the chairman of one of the country’s biggest high-tech firms who wanted to ta


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June 17, 2014

Washington is full of well-meaning types who want to help the poor.

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The D-Day commemorations this past week put me in mind of my father, who got a very raw deal in the Depression and World War


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Kemal Dervis
June 13, 2014

A real struggle over who will preside over the European Commission has begun.

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June 12, 2014

For most Americans, the central economic fact of the past four decades is the stagnation and decline of earnings.

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Robert Kuttner
June 11, 2014

Can the right continue to succeed as the party of unreality? In the recent past, conservatives have denied climate change, as


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Robert Reich
June 6, 2014

By raising its minimum wage to $15, Seattle is leading a long-overdue movement toward a living wage.

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Robert Reich
May 23, 2014

For years Americans have assumed that our hard-charging capitalism  is better than the soft-hearted version found in Canada


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May 19, 2014

As Europe’s depression continues six years after the financial collapse of 2007-2008, watch for far-right parties to ma



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In McCutcheon v.

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Heidi Shierholz
March 5, 2014

Last year the median (or typical) woman worker made $15.10 an hour, while the median man made $18.11.


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Robert Reich
February 21, 2014

If you ever wonder what’s fueling America’s staggering inequality, ponder Facebook’s acquisition of the mob

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One day after President Barack Obama called for moving forward on trade authority in his State of the Union address, Senate M


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Since the beginning of the year, a new wave of doubt has engulfed emerging markets, driving down their asset prices.

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Diane Coyle
February 19, 2014

The media and economic communities regularly use Gross Domestic Product (GDP), a tally of all goods and services produced wit


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Jeffrey Sachs
February 18, 2014

The Winter Olympics in Sochi are the first to be hosted by Russia since the Cold War-era Moscow Summer Games in 1980.

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Simon Johnson
August 27, 2013

The drafters of the United States Constitution had to make a fundamental choice: Should they concentrate power in the hands o


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Anat Admati
August 26, 2013

Nearly five years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers touched off a global financial crisis, we are no safer.

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Robert Shiller
August 20, 2013

CAPITALISM is culture.


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Why is the nation more bitterly divided today than it’s been in 80 years? Why is there more anger, vituperation, and po

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Dean Baker defends the cyclical interpretation of unemployment and advocates government spending to create demand for jobs.


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Dean Baker
August 15, 2013

Dean Baker: The New York Times budget reporters must have been celebrating this week.

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Jeffrey Madrick
August 14, 2013

The reason Larry Summers has become a leading candidate for Federal Reserve chairman is because President Obama is now leanin


The Real News Network interviews Bob Pollin about why he signed a petition in support of raising the federal minimum wage to

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Michael Konczal
August 8, 2013

Jim Tankersley has been doing the Lord’s work by following up on questionable arguments people have made about our current


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James K. Boyce
June 28, 2013

Average national income is a notoriously imperfect measure of the average person’s well-being.

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John Schmitt
June 27, 2013

Over the past three decades, the “human capital” of the employed black workforce has increased enormously.


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William Black
June 24, 2013

Heritage Foundation is run by Jim DeMint, the former Tea Party legislator.

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Nouriel Roubini
June 17, 2013

Imagine someone had told you in early 2008 that the U.S.


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Once upon a time women seemed more eager than men to marry. Today such generalizations no longer apply.

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Robert Kuttner
June 13, 2013

Is President Obama planning to reverse course on deficit reduction? You will recall that the president joined the deficit-haw


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Heidi Shierholz
June 10, 2013

In the late 1970s, after a long period of holding fairly steady, the gap in wages between men and women began improving.

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After turmoil erupted in the Arab world in 2011, a number of western analysts argued that “the Turkish model” could be an


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Asian-Americans have the highest income and education levels of any racial group in the country.

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Robert Kuttner
June 9, 2013

President Obama’s personal summit with China’s new president, Xi Jinping, at the well-named venue of Rancho Mirag


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Page Gardner
June 6, 2013

When President John F Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law 50 years ago this coming Monday, a gallon of gas cost 25 cent

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May 31, 2013

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich shreds false economic narratives and discusses the real culprit: widening inequality and


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The high unemployment that we have today in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere is a tragedy, not just because of the ag

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Arindrajit Dube
May 30, 2013

This note documents the timing in the relationship between the debt-to-GDP ratio and
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Dean Baker
May 28, 2013

At this point everyone who follows economic policy debates knows about the famousReinhart-Rogoff spreadsheet erroruncovered 

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Robert Kuttner
May 19, 2013

Austerity has failed in Europe, where the European Union just racked up 18 months of negative growth with no end in sight.


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Robert Kuttner
May 14, 2013

ext summer will mark the 100th anniversary of the chain of diplomatic missteps that led to World War I.

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Gattopardo constitutes change that keeps things the same.


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Dean Baker
May 13, 2013

By now almost everyone knows of the famous Excel spreadsheet error by Harvard professors Carmen Reinhart and Ken Rogoff.

William Black
May 12, 2013

Former Financial Regulator Bill Black derides the POTUS’ remarks on the state of the economy and his pro austerity poli


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May 8, 2013

PERI Institute Co-Founder Bob Pollin points to the erosion of austerity’s theoretical basis as cuts to public spendi

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Eileen Appelbaum
May 7, 2013

It isn’t your mother’s Mother’s Day any more.


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Dean Baker
May 6, 2013

Bob Kuttner has been among the country’s most visible advocates of stimulus, having written several books and numerous

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History professor (or, as the news reports call him, “Harvard historian”) Niall Ferguson got in trouble when speak


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Robert Kuttner
May 5, 2013

In this, the fifth year of a prolonged downturn triggered by a financial crash, the prevailing view is that we all must pay f

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Steve Kraske of The Kansas City Star recently interviewed me for a piece about austerity.  The storyran in today’s paper.


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Eileen Appelbaum
May 2, 2013

Nostalgia for the 90s is apparent in the House Republicans’ latest effort to win over women voters, especially young mother

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This is the third article in a series on some of the additional lessons we should learn from the mass murder of Bangladeshi g


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L. Randall Wray
May 1, 2013

European integration was a grand plan, perhaps driven by lofty motives.

Huff Po

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


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L. Randall Wray
April 30, 2013

Two UMKC students have provided what I think is the most destructive empirical work to date on the simply awful book and arti

Huff Po

The controversy continues to simmer around the Reinhart-Rogoff (RR) paper and the now famous Excel spreadsheet error that led


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Jeffrey Sachs
April 29, 2013

The curtain has been pulled aside on the once secret world of tax havens, and the scale of abuse is nearly beyond reckoning.

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If you have studied economics at the university level in the last 35 years it is likely you were introduced to the concept of


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Bob Pollin
April 28, 2013

The debate over government debt and its relationship to economic growth is at the forefront of policy debates across the indu

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It’s been a very bad week for the merchants of austerity.


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Robert Reich
April 26, 2013

Economic forecasters exist to make astrologers look good.

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Teresa Ghilarducci
April 25, 2013

As the nation faces a looming retirement crisis, a member of Congress has proposed a terrible idea that would bash seniors.


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Perry Mehrling
April 24, 2013

Look around and you’ll see that the economic problems facing us today are many.

Bob Pollin
April 23, 2013

PERI Co-Director Bob Pollin discusses a recent report he co-authored which finds serious flaws in  Reinhart/Rogoff’s 


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What’s the general economic consensus on the impact of student loans on the household finances of those who hold them?

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Neil Irwin at Wonkblog has a new post up:  The Deficit is Falling Fast.


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Nancy Folbre
April 22, 2013

The Harvard economists Carmen M Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff ironically titled their much-celebrated book on financial instabi

Huff Po

Most of us accept that the earth goes around the sun.


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Michael Konczal
April 20, 2013

Reinhart/Rogoff-gate isn’t the first time that incorrect data have been a thorn in the side of those seeking austerity an

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Kudos to UMass economists for exposing the flaws in R&R’s empirical work.


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L. Randall Wray
April 17, 2013

Carmen Reinhart and Ken Rogoff came as close to celebrity status as an economist can ever come, with their book, This Time I

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Recent work by my colleagues at UMass Thomas Herndon, Michael Ash and Robert Pollin (2013)—hereafter HAP—has demonstrate


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Bob Pollin
April 15, 2013

Herndon, Ash and Pollin replicate Reinhart and Rogoff and find that coding errors, selective exclusion of available data, a

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Algernon Austin
March 22, 2013

Wealth — what we own minus what we owe — matters a great deal for families’ economic success.


Jeffrey Sachs
March 5, 2013

Famed economist Jeffrey Sachs discusses the importance of targeted government spending and critiques conservative presumption

Politico
Nancy Altman
January 31, 2013

Reading POLITICO’s recent coverage of the budget debate, you’d think that nearly all liberals support Social Security and


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Jacob J Lew, the president’s nominee for Treasury secretary, and Mary Jo White, the nominee for chairwoman of the Securitie

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Robert Reich
January 30, 2013

The Conference Board reported Tuesday that the preliminary January figure for consumer confidence in the United States fell


Dean Baker
January 29, 2013

CEPR Co-Director Dean Baker disputes the notion that spending cuts stimulate private sector economic activity on CNBC’s

Alan S. Blinder
January 28, 2013

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Blinder discusses the economic benefits provided by additional stimulus and explains how


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Nouriel Roubini
January 27, 2013

The global economy this year will exhibit some similarities with the conditions that prevailed in 2012.

William Black
January 22, 2013

Former regulator William Black discusses the leverage a platinum coin would provide  the Obama administration in the ongo


Atlantic

“We believe that America’s prosperity must rest upon the broad shoulders of a rising middle class,” Preside

Robert Shiller
January 18, 2013

Robert Shiller predicts that we are on the verge of entering a normal housing market with modest price inclines on BNN, Janua


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Nancy Folbre
January 14, 2013

Some say economics is not a science at all, because it doesn’t successfully predict the future.

The Guardian
Joseph E. Stiglitz
January 7, 2013

An economic and political system that does not deliver for most citizens is one that is not sustainable in the long run.


William Black
January 2, 2013

William Black demonstrates the incoherence of the fiscal cliff debate and “Grand Bargain” panacea on Al Jazeera,

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December 21, 2012

Robert Shiller refutes the claim of bullishness in the housing market on CNBC, December 19th, 2012.


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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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Robert Reich
December 12, 2012

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


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Dean Baker
December 11, 2012

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

William Black
December 10, 2012

Professor Bill Black discusses alarming  mass youth unemployment in Italy even as big banks insist on more austerity.


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Now that the birthrate in the United States has fallen below replacement level (by at least one measure), more journalists

Huff Po
Heather Boushey
December 6, 2012

A year ago, President Obama gave a speech in Osawatomie, Kansas where he laid out a vision of how the economy grows.


Huff Po
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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Nancy Folbre
November 26, 2012

One explanation of Mitt Romney’s defeat in the presidential race focuses on the growing demographic diversity of the elec


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Alan S. Blinder
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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Nancy Folbre
October 29, 2012

The title of Hanna Rosin’s new book, “The End of Men,” now serves as shorthand for a slightly less apocalyptic event: t


Robert Shiller
October 24, 2012

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

AlterNet
Dean Baker
October 17, 2012

It’s always fun when Thomas Friedman writes a piece on economics. He likes to play a game with readers.


Salon

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

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Nancy Folbre
October 15, 2012

Americans passionately disagree about both the biology and the morality of contraception.


The Hill
Inimai M. Chettiar
October 10, 2012

Members of Congress and advocates on the Hill should take notice of a case being heard today at the Supreme Court. Fisher v.

Inimai M. Chettiar
October 9, 2012

Inimai Chettiar, discusses last week’s jobs numbers and the enormous challenges facing the African American community o


Center for American Progress
Heather Boushey
September 28, 2012

Just as men were about to win the penultimate battle in their quest to retake Middle Earth, in J.R.R.

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Nina Shapiro
August 30, 2012

Austerity is now “in fashion,” as governments respond to the revenue shortfalls of the crisis through deficit reduction


Bob Herbert
August 22, 2012

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

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Dean Baker
August 21, 2012

Last week Vice President Joe Biden did a courageous thing, he promised an audience in southern Virginia that there will be no


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Nancy Folbre
August 20, 2012

Blame those single moms. If only they had married and stayed married, their children would have turned out so much better.

Jeffrey Sachs
August 15, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs talks to MSNBC about the drought of 2012 and how climate change impacts politics, public opinion, food insecuri


Politico
Robert Borosage
August 14, 2012

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

Huff Po
Robert Kuttner
August 13, 2012

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

Frank Partnoy
August 7, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses his book, “Wait,” and the benefits of managing delay on WLNY First Business, August 7th 2


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Robert Kuttner
August 5, 2012

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

Robert Shiller
July 31, 2012

Robert Shiller talks about home price seasonability and volatility over the last four months and the potential for another bu


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Nancy Folbre
July 30, 2012

To import or to outsource? That is the question.

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Nicole Woo
July 25, 2012

On July 24, three years will have passed since the last increase in the federal minimum wage.


Alan Blinder talks to Nightly Business News about the potential outcomes on the economy when The Fed meets next week.

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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 &


Jeffrey Sachs discusses HIV and AIDS in relation to the global economy and where we are on Hilary Clinton’s path to an

Capital Institute
John Fullerton
July 23, 2012

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


LA Times
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.

Project Syndicate
Kemal Dervis
July 20, 2012

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


Business Insider
Stephanie A. Kelton
July 18, 2012

As Europe struggles through its sovereign debt crisis, Germany is considered the strong arm of the region.


Robert Shiller
July 17, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses with Steve Forbes why financial systems are necessary in modern society, covering everything from t

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Sanjay Reddy
July 16, 2012

Jettisoning the grandiose dream of a global reserve currency and promoting viable national economies is the way out of the eu


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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Simon Johnson
July 9, 2012

On July 3, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.


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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Dean Baker
July 7, 2012

In a piece that has the word “explainer” in its headline, the post proceeds to mis-explain the LIBOR scandal to

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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By Josh Bvens and Heidi Shierholz
This morning’s release of the June 2012 employment situation report by the Bureau of Labo

Dean Baker
July 5, 2012

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


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Dean Baker
July 4, 2012

Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman and Richard Layard, a distinguished British economist, took the lead last week in drafting a sign

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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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In 2011, the nationwide African American unemployment rate stood at 15.


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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.


Nouriel Roubini
June 28, 2012

Nouriel Roubini discusses the European debt crisis on Bloomberg.

Jeffrey Sachs
June 26, 2012

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


Robert Shiller talks about the rising prices of homes but the uncertainty of the future of those prices on Fox Business Netwo

Jeffrey Sachs
June 25, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs talks about the wave of synchronized economic slowdown across the globe on Morning Joe on MSNBC, June 25th 2012


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A debate now rages in Europe over whether fiscal austerity—that is, higher taxes and less spending—helps or hinders growt

William Black
June 22, 2012

William Black talks about the recent Moody’s downgrades and how they make an impact on the presidential elections on Al


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Most current policy discussion concerning the euro area is about austerity.

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Robert Kuttner
June 21, 2012

All the bland platitudes coming out of the Group of 20 Meeting in Mexico can’t disguise the absence of progress on the Euro


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Dean Baker
June 18, 2012

The NYT told readers that Mexico looks set to surge past Brazil in its growth rate in the years ahead.

Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 15, 2012

Joseph Stiglitz talks about the income gap in America and his new book, The Price of Inequality on  NJN, June 15th 2012.


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

Celinda Lake
June 14, 2012

Celinda Lake and Ed Goeas discuss the issues that President Obama faces in order to win re-election at the Chatham House o


Joseph E. Stiglitz
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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Jeffrey Sachs
June 11, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs discusses Spain’s banking crisis and how things are looking for the country on CNBC, June 11 2012.

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Robert Kuttner
June 4, 2012

Berlin — Ever since the march to European union began in the late 1940s, French-German collaboration has been at the he


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Nancy Folbre
May 28, 2012

How ironic that the measure we call gross domestic product excludes the value of most domestic work.

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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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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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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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Robert Kuttner
May 13, 2012

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


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Robert Borosage
May 11, 2012

Yet the elite consensus scorns majority opinion.

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Jeffrey Sachs
May 9, 2012

The dream of health for all, even the poorest of the poor, can become a reality because of recent breakthroughs in technology


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Joseph E. Stiglitz
May 7, 2012

This year’s annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund made clear that Europe and the international community remain

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Watching the jubilation at the Place de la Bastille last night, where the Socialist candidate Francois Hollande was declared


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Kemal Dervis
May 6, 2012

At a time of ongoing crisis and turmoil in much of Europe, Francois Hollande has been elected the next president of France.

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Diane Coyle
May 5, 2012

Michael Sandel, the superstar Harvard moral philosopher, wants people to spend more time queuing.


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Heather Boushey
May 4, 2012

The economy continues to move in the right direction.

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Eileen Appelbaum
April 27, 2012

As the Obama administration’s 2009 stimulus continues to wind down, the effects on the US economy are showing up in


Michael Greenberger discusses the role of banks, hedge funds and private equity firms in the crude oil futures market on BNN

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Kemal Dervis
April 23, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC – For almost two centuries, starting around 1800, the history of the global economy was broadly one of diver


Michael Greenberger
April 17, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the impact of excessive speculation on oil prices on CBS, April 17th, 2012.


Dean Baker
April 14, 2012

Dean Baker discusses adjusting macro economic policy on CSPAN, April 14th, 2012.

Michael Greenberger
April 11, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses speculation’s role in the recent rise in oil prices on CNBC, April 11th, 2012.


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Nina Shapiro
April 4, 2012

Why are firms formed? What function do they perform? These questions
continue to elude economics, which, in spite of the disc

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Dean Baker
March 29, 2012

This article originally appeared in the Washington Post.


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Dean Baker
March 21, 2012

The basic facts of inequality are beyond dispute: The top 1 per cent sucked in more than 42 per cent of the gains of US econo

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


Heidi Hartmann
March 20, 2012

Heidi Hartmann discusses women employment, and gender inequality on MSNBC.

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The Obama Administration plan for supporting long-term, sustainable economic growth calls for significant investments in key


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Bob Herbert
March 9, 2012

Some youngsters want to grow up to become artists or athletes or firefighters. Some want to be doctors or dancers.

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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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Nomi Prins
March 7, 2012

Several years after the Wall Street-ignited crisis began, the nation’s top bank CEOs (who far out-accumulated their Europea

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Robert Shiller
February 25, 2012

You don’t have to be a genius to pick good investments. But does having a high I.Q.


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Algernon Austin
February 24, 2012

At this time of year, when we celebrate the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Demos
Brenda Wright
February 18, 2012

Yesterday evening brought a fascinating new development on the noteworthy case in which the Montana Supreme Court, in Decembe


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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.

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Algernon Austin
February 16, 2012

Even though the U.S. recession officially ended in June 2009, the country’s unemployment rate remains devastatingly high.


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Barry C. Lynn
February 15, 2012

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

Nouriel Roubini
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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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.


William Darity
February 3, 2012

William Darity talking about group development and identification at CASBS/Stanford University, February 3 2012.

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Dean Baker
January 30, 2012

The Federal Reserve Board issued new projections for the economy last week and they are not pretty.


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

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Rashad Robinson
January 25, 2012

I vividly remember my grandparents’ home, the notches on the wall that signified the growth of my mother, aunts and unc


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Robert Johnson
January 19, 2012

After the financial crisis of 2008, the Queen of England asked economists, “Why did no one see the credit crunch coming?”

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Robert Shiller
January 18, 2012

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


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Perry Mehrling
January 13, 2012

Obstfeld makes a big point that the current account represents an intertemporal trade, where the deficit country obtains curr

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Nouriel Roubini
January 12, 2012

Macroeconomic indicators for the United States have been better than expected for the last few months.


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Kemal Dervis
January 11, 2012

Despite years of official talk about addressing global current-account imbalances, they remained one of the world’s main ec

Sanjay Reddy
January 10, 2012

Sanjay Reddy talking about the Origin of Economics on INET, January 10 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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Election night in Iowa was a heavenly moment for Rick Santorum.


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Eileen Appelbaum
December 15, 2011

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

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Nouriel Roubini
December 14, 2011

The outlook for the global economy in 2012 is clear, but it isn’t pretty: recession in Europe, anemic growth at best in the


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Sony Kapoor
December 11, 2011

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

Jeffrey Sachs
December 9, 2011

Jeffrey Sachs discusses the direction of the Occupy Wall Sreet and the Progressive Movement at Carnegie Council, December 9 2


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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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William Darity
November 11, 2011

William Darity discusses African American unemployment on Our Common Ground, November 11 2011.
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Jan Kregel
November 9, 2011

In the context of the eurozone’s sovereign debt crisis and the US subprime mortgage crisis, Senior Scholar Jan Kregel looks

Heidi Hartmann
November 7, 2011

Heidi Hartman discusses the poverty line in America and women and the economy on PBS,  November 7 2011.


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Sherle Schwenninger
November 2, 2011

After days of drama-filled meetings, in late October eurozone leaders announced the latest “comprehensive” rescue plan.

Simon Johnson
October 27, 2011

Simon discusses the possibility of insurance companies and hedge funds becoming too big to fail at INET, October 27 2011.


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Steve Fraser
October 13, 2011

Occupy Wall Street, the ongoing demonstration-cum-sleep-in that began a month ago not far from the New York Stock Exchange an

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Lorraine C. Minnite
October 11, 2011

Lorraine Minnite participates in a panel discussion focused on the issues of race, minority rights and challenges facing the


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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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Jim Chanos
September 22, 2011

Managing global risk exposure requires a China play. That could be a short strategy, and there are many ways to do it.


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Eileen Appelbaum
September 15, 2011

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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Samuel Bowles
September 7, 2011

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


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Heidi Hartmann
September 6, 2011

The Great Recession dramatically altered the lives of many Americans, creating pronounced economic stress and uncertainty for

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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


Nouriel Roubini
August 31, 2011

Nouriel Roubini discusses his fourth quarter report, the probability of a double dip recession and global markets on Bloombe

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Heather Boushey
August 30, 2011

Heather Boushey discusses the Great Depression, the current economic crisis and economic theory on Radio West, August 30 2011


Samuel Bowles
August 27, 2011

Samuel discusses his economic education, his influences, and his current interests on a Report From Santa Fe, August 27 2011

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Naomi Klein
August 16, 2011

I keep hearing comparisons between the London riots and riots in other European cities—window smashing in Athens or car bon


Nouriel Roubini
August 8, 2011

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

Bob Pollin
August 6, 2011

Bob Pollin argues the main objective of austerity is to demolish the “welfare state” and public ownership.


Dean Baker
August 3, 2011

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

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John Fullerton
July 19, 2011

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


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 none of the fundamental causes that led to the crash in ’08 have been corrected. 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.

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Jeffrey Madrick
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


Simon Johnson
July 4, 2011

Simon discusses the infrastructure necessary for a economic revolution on Renegade Economist, July 4 2011.

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Thomas Palley
June 15, 2011

The Great Recession of 2007-2009 has seen the Federal Reserve push the
federal funds rate to almost zero, hitting the so-call


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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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Henry C.K. Liu
June 10, 2011

No economy, whether modern or ancient, monarchist or democratic, capitalist or socialist, can rely solely on market forces t


Diane Coyle
May 31, 2011

Diane Coyle discusses contemporary economic challenges  at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Art (RSA), May 31 20

Juliet Schor
May 20, 2011

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


Eileen Appelbaum
May 11, 2011

Eileen discusses the recession and its economic impact on female employment at the Institute for Women’s Policy Resear

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Robert Prasch
May 9, 2011

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


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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

Naomi Klein
April 23, 2011

Naomi Klein discusses the recent economic crisis, globalization and her new book on Charlie Rose, April 23 2011


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Henry C.K. Liu
April 7, 2011

Institutional economists generally question the presumption of neoclassical orthodox economics that participants in the econ

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Bob Herbert
March 21, 2011

One of the most powerful tools for improving the educational achievement of poor black and Hispanic public school students i


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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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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Barbara Arnwine
January 19, 2011

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


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William Darity
January 5, 2011

We explore the consequences for eligibility of members of subaltern groups for affirmative action (AA), when AA policies are

Dean Baker
December 21, 2010

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


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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

Nancy Folbre
December 16, 2010

Nancy delivers a lecture on capitalism, focusing on women and political economy at SCEPA, The New School, December 16 2010.


Robert Johnson
December 14, 2010

Robert discusses the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and the flaws of modern economic thinking on Bloomberg Telev

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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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Leo Hindery, Jr.
October 15, 2010

Leo Hindery, Jr.

Gerard Caprio
October 10, 2010

Gerard Caprio gives some brief remarks on the state of the economy at Williams College CDE, October 10 2010.


Heather McGhee
September 17, 2010

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

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William Darity
September 9, 2010

William Darity discusses the relationship between race and rampant African-American unemployment on September 9 2010.


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James K. Boyce
August 27, 2010

In attempting to support the transition from war to peace, the international community often provides substantial assistance.

Lawrence Mishel
August 5, 2010

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


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William Darity
June 13, 2010

William Darity discusses economic theory on Cree, June 13 2010.
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L. Randall Wray
June 8, 2010

Randall Wray talking about Hyman Minsky and debt during the Great Depression at INET, June 8 2010.


Juliet Schor
May 21, 2010

Juliet Schor discusses the need to alter the traditional consumption economic model at the No Growth Roundtable, May 2010.

David Kennedy
May 3, 2010

David discusses the interaction between local and global economic policies on BulletproofBlog, May 3 2010.


Heidi Hartmann
April 28, 2010

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

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James Crotty
April 27, 2010

The radical deregulation of financial markets after the 1970s was a precondition for the explosion in size, complexity, vola


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William Black
April 15, 2010

“Control frauds” are seemingly legitimate entities controlled by persons that use them as a fraud “weapon.

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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William Darity
March 31, 2010

William Darity discusses the intersection between economy and race on Cree, March 31 2010.
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Barbara Arnwine
March 29, 2010

To commemorate Women’s History Month, the Roosevelt Institute’s New Deal 2.


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Diane Coyle
March 7, 2010

Progress in any science depends on a combination of improved observation, measurement, and techniques.

Lawrence Mishel
February 23, 2010

Lawrence Mishel points to early signs of economic recession at the Economic Policy Institute on February 23, 2010.


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William Darity
February 2, 2010

Theoretical justifications for state-sanctioned sterilization of individuals provided by Irving Fisher rationalized its racia

Huff Po
Mark C. Alexander
January 19, 2010

I am a light-skinned African-American. I was raised in Washington, DC, and my parents are from Harlem.


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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

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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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Samuel Bowles
November 17, 2009

Samuel Bowles discusses the evolution of the modern economy  at Harvard University, November 17 2009.
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Jim Chanos
November 6, 2009

Jim Chanos discusses predicting the financial meltdown, and the current state of the economy on Money Watch, November 6 2009


William Darity
October 20, 2009

William Darity discusses high African American unemployment and economic discrimination at Office Hours/Duke University, Octo