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Laurie Johnson

Laurie Johnson

Laurie Tipton Johnson is the Chief Economist at NRDC’s Climate and Clean Air Program in Washington, DC. Her work at NRDC focuses on modeling the costs and benefits of climate change pollution, estimating the impacts of environmental regulation on employment and the economy, and critiquing industry analyses of climate and clean air regulations and legislation. […]

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Nicole Austin Hillery
Nicole Austin Hillery

Nicole Austin Hillery

Nicole Austin-Hillery is the first Director and Counsel of The Brennan Center’s Washington, DC office which she opened in March 2008. In her role, Ms. Austin-Hillery oversees D.C. office operations, serves as the chief advocate for the Brennan Center on a host of justice and democracy issues and coordinates work with other civil rights, social […]

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Frank Partnoy

Frank Partnoy

Professor Frank Partnoy is the George E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance and the Director of the Center on Corporate and Securities Law at the University of San Diego. He is one of the world’s leading experts on the complexities of modern finance and financial market regulation. He worked as a derivatives structurer at […]

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Stephanie A. Kelton

Stephanie A. Kelton

Stephanie A. Kelton is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Director of Graduate Student Research at the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability (CFEPS). She is a Research Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. Dr. Kelton has a B.S. in Business Finance and a B.A. in […]

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Thomas Palley

Thomas Palley

Dr. Thomas Palley is an economist living in Washington DC. He holds a B.A. degree from Oxford University, and a M.A. degree in International Relations and Ph.D. in Economics, both from Yale University. He has published in numerous academic journals, and written for The Atlantic Monthly, American Prospect and Nation magazines. Dr. Palley has recently […]

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Sanjay Reddy

Sanjay Reddy

Sanjay G. Reddy is an Associate Professor of Economics at The New School for Social Research. His areas of work include development economics, international economics, and economics and philosophy. Professor Reddy possesses a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University, an M.Phil. in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge, and an A.B. in applied mathematics […]

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Heather Gerken
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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Erika Wood
Erika L. Wood

Erika L. Wood

Erika L. Wood is an Associate Professor of Law at New York Law School. Prior to joining the NYLS faculty, Professor Wood was the Deputy Director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, where she designed and launched major reform campaigns around the country and provided legal counsel and strategic guidance to […]

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Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson’s current work includes research, writing, and networking on issues related to the impact of international trade, finance, and investment policies on inequality, sustainability, and human rights. Sarah is also a well-known expert on executive compensation, as the lead author of 16 annual “Executive Excess” reports that have received extensive media coverage. In 2009, […]

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stephen Ansolabhere
Stephen Ansolabehere

Stephen Ansolabehere

Stephen Ansolabehere is Professor of Government at Harvard University.  His academic research focuses on U. S. elections, media, and representation, with particular emphasis on political advertising, campaign finance, redistricting.   He has an additional research interest in public attitudes toward energy  use and development.  He consults with CBS News, is contributing editor of The Boston […]

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Robert Dewey

Robert Dewey

Robert oversees the implementation of Defenders’ national legislative and administrative priorities through direct lobbying, grassroots advocacy, coalition participation and national environmental community coordination. He established Defenders’ Government Relations and External Affairs department in 1999. Key legislative accomplishments under Robert’s leadership include securing favorable provisions for wildlife in the National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act, the […]

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Leo Hindery, Jr.

Leo Hindery, Jr.

Leo Hindery, Jr. is Managing Partner of InterMedia Partners, a series of media industry private equity funds he founded in 1988 and ran continuously until February 1997. Mr. Hindery is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Chairman of the US Economy/Smart Globalization Initiative at the New America Foundation, Co-Chair of the Task Force […]

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Edward N. Wolff

Edward N. Wolff

Edward N. Wolff is a professor of economics at New York University, where he has taught since 1974. His principal research areas are income and wealth distribution and productivity growth. Edward’s work on wealth and wealth disparity has received wide attention. He has acted as a consultant with the Economic Policy Institute, the World Bank, […]

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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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Robert Shiller

Robert Shiller

Robert J. Shiller is the Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics, Department of Economics and Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, and Professor of Finance and Fellow at the International Center for Finance, Yale School of Management. He has written on financial markets, financial innovation, behavioral economics, macroeconomics, real estate, statistical methods, and […]

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Tom Ferguson
November 6, 2014

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the 2014 midterm elections cost at least $3.67 billion.

Naomi Klein
October 10, 2014

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

Heather McGhee
September 26, 2014

In her testimony to the Senate Banking Committee, Demos President Heather McGhee describes what we can do to cut the red tape

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Bob Pollin
July 24, 2014

Robert Pollin: If the Fed was serious about strengthening the basic economy, it would bail out American cities.

Robert Reich
July 8, 2014

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

Anat Admati
June 19, 2014

Our banks are larger than before the 2008 crash and they’re still living dangerously, economist Anat Admati tells Bill.

Robert Johnson
June 17, 2014

Robert Johnson says the compulsive pressure of money in politics has led to an abandonment of rules other than rules which tr

William Black
January 7, 2014

Former financial regulator Bill Black says 863-page Volcker rule will allow banks to continue their risky financial derivativ

Anthony Leiserowitz
January 2, 2014

Remember climate change? Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, appeared on Moyer

Ruth Greenspan Bell
November 21, 2013

This week on Dialogue at the Wilson Center we discuss the idea of “people to people” diplomacy, particularly about the

Joanne Gabrynowicz examines privacy and other issues which arise from the use of drones in anticipation of growing use of the

Jennifer Morgan and Ruth Greenspan Bell discuss challenges and new ideas in the field of international climate negotiations.

Casson Trenor
November 20, 2013

From saving the whales of the Antarctic to studying the salmon of Alaska, Casson Trenor has worked to support stewardship of

Set aside the politics: Data shows that climate change is happening, measurably, now.

Alex Matthiessen
September 17, 2013

A discussion with Alex Matthiessen, Riverkeeper of New York’s Hudson River and President of the organization Riverkeepe

Thom Hartmann talks with Economist Marshall Auerback on the economics of the potential deal in Congress to fund the governmen

William Black
September 9, 2013

Professor William Black interviewed on The Real News Network about the track record of potential Fed chair nominee Larry Summ

Bob Pollin on The Real News Network discussing why Larry Summers is likely to be the next Fed chair not despite failures but

Nicole Woo
August 20, 2013

The Real News Network interviews Nicole Woo about the past, present, and future of Social Security.

William Black
August 15, 2013

The Real News Network interviews Professor William Black about why he thinks prosecuting low-level JP Morgan employees is too

Bob Pollin
August 14, 2013

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

William Black
July 16, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black discusses whether the level of systemic risk due to fraud in our financial markets has improved o

Tom Saenz
July 15, 2013

MALDEF President Tom Saenz discusses the repercussions of Shelby vs Holder impact on large Latino communities, particularly i

Nan Aron
July 11, 2013

Alliance for Justice President Nan Aron joins Stephen Spaulding, staff counsel for Common Cause, Norman Ornstein, resident s

William Black
July 1, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black joins the Fraud Report on the Real News Network to discuss 3 prominent financial experts push to

Professor Torres-Spelliscy believes the SEC can play an important role in reforming our campaign finance system, including i

Robert Reich
June 22, 2013

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich  discusses historical and contemporary income inequality in the United States.

Bob Pollin
June 20, 2013

Professor Bob Pollin laments the failure of the Obama administration to reappoint Commodities Future Trading Commission Chair

Robert Reich
May 31, 2013

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

William Black
May 29, 2013

Former financial regulator Bill Black draws discusses Liberty Reserve’s 6$ billion money laundering scandal on the Re

William Black
May 20, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black berates the Commodity Future Trading Commission’s latest capitulation to the banking indu

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

Bob Pollin
May 8, 2013

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

Simon Johnson
April 30, 2013

Former Chief Economist of the IMF Simon Johnson discusses new efforts to curb too big to fail, specifically by raising the bi

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 

Nancy Altman
April 18, 2013

Nancy Altman Testifies at the House Way and Means Committee on Bipartisan Entitlement Reform on April 18, 2013.

Dean Baker
April 17, 2013

CEPR Co-Director Dean Baker attributes the rise in Social Security Disability enrollment to demographics not fraud on Varney

Teresa Ghilarducci
April 12, 2013

Professor Teressa Ghilarducci, a pension and social security expert, explains her opposition to the chained CPI on the Real

Robert Reich
April 4, 2013

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich discusses the importance of raising the federal minimum wage for our economy and our

Alan S. Blinder
March 21, 2013

Former Fed Vice Chairman Alan Blinder reflects on Ben Bernanke’s successes and failures and the challenges facing the F

James K. Galbraith
March 20, 2013

Professor James Galbraith and Leo Panitch reflect on the presidency of FDR and also discuss the probability of contemporary N

Dean Baker
March 19, 2013

CEPR’s Dean Baker discusses the state of America’s fiscal negotiations in the light of the budget stalemate, tax

Arindrajit Dube
March 18, 2013

Professor Dube appears before Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Q&A at the March 14, 2013 Senate HELP Committee hearing to

William Black
March 15, 2013

Former Regulator William Black discusses Obama’s push for a Grand Bargain with Congressional Republicans and its ramifi

Bob Pollin
March 10, 2013

Professor Bob Pollin breaks down the perspective of deficit hawks on the economy and the sequester on the Real News Network,

Jim Chanos
March 8, 2013

Famed short-seller Jim Chanos discusses the Chinese Real-Estate market, particularly the inability of market to maintain its

Joseph E. Stiglitz
March 6, 2013

Nobel Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz explains why income inequality remains stubbornly high despite impressive gains in corpora

Jeffrey Sachs
March 5, 2013

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

Professor James Boyce discusses the link between environmental degradation and economic profiteering by wealthy corporations

Jeffrey Sachs
February 25, 2013

Professor Jeffrey Sachs discusses the decline in discretionary spending under the Obama administration and the January Fiscal

Simon Johnson
February 20, 2013

Former Chief Economist of the IMF Simon Johnson dissects the impact of sequestration on GDP, employment and government servic

Bob Pollin
February 19, 2013

Professor Bob Pollin outlines the inherent contradiction in Obama’s pledge to fight climate change and his continued su

William Black
February 18, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black provides insight into the postion of Treasury Secretary and analyzes Obama’s appointment of

William Black
February 13, 2013

Professor William Black analyzes the President’s State of the Union address, particularly his proposals on deficit redu

Bob Pollin
February 7, 2013

Professor Bob Pollin analyzes the lack GDP growth in the United States, stagnant unemployment rates, and the fragility of the

William Black
February 4, 2013

Former Regulator William Black discusses Lanny Breuer’s recent resignation from the Justice Department following PBS

Robert Shiller
January 30, 2013

Case Shiller Index author Robert Shiller discusses the recent optimism on the housing market on Fox Business January 29th, 20

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

Professor James Galbraith tackles Obama’s inaugural address and values on the Real News Network.

Simon Johnson
January 23, 2013

MIT Professor Simon Johnson highlights the gross economic uncertainty created by threatening to not raise the debt ceiling at

Frank Partnoy
January 22, 2013

Securities lawyer Frank Partnoy discusses Citigroup’s lack of rigor, especially Vikram Pandit, in assessing its interna

Co-Director of the Political Economy Institute Bob Pollin offers three things Obama can do if he’s serious about helpin

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

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

William Black
January 14, 2013

Associate Professor of Economics William Black reflects on Geithner’s term as treasurer, particularly his austerity po

Michael Waldman
January 9, 2013

Brennan Center’s Michael Waldman joins Wall Street Journal editor Stephen Moore in discussing AIG’s potential law

William Black
January 7, 2013

Former Federal Regulator William Black provides a brief synopsis of the new BASEL liquidity agreement, analyzing its strength

Dean Baker
January 2, 2013

Dean Baker highlights the absurdity of the political negotiations over the fiscal cliff on BBC, December 31, 2012.

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

Robert Shiller
December 21, 2012

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

Anat Admati exposes the flaws in the banking system that could trigger another financial collapse, and lays out a plan to fix

Lisa Graves
December 19, 2012

Lisa Graves discusses the ties of ALEC and NRA to federal gun statutes on Democracy Now, December 19th, 2012.

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Dean Baker
December 14, 2012

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

Alan S. Blinder
December 12, 2012

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

William Black
December 10, 2012

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

Dean Baker
December 7, 2012

Dean Baker urges for more stimulus as part of any fiscal cliff compromise and contests the Republican prerequisite for signif

Former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Alan Blinder breaks down fiscal cliff scenarios and proposes a temporary solution on CNB

James K. Galbraith
December 2, 2012

James Galbraith debunks the idea that there’s is a looming crisis in social security, Medicare and Medicaid and calls o

Jim Chanos
November 29, 2012

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

Acclaimed author, Berkeley professor, and Clinton-era Secretary of Labor Robert Reich lays out the what, why and how of the F

Robert Shiller
November 28, 2012

Case-Shiller Index author Robert Shiller discusses the modest increases in the real estate market and continued economic unce

Simon Johnson
November 27, 2012

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

Dean Baker
November 24, 2012

Center for Economic Policy and Research’s Dean Baker discusses the role of work sharing programs in reducing stubborn u

Melanie Sloan
November 17, 2012

Melanie Sloan, Executive Director of CREW,  discusses the extent of the Pentagon’s revolving door phenomenon, in whic

Simon Johnson
November 12, 2012

Former IMF Chief Economist Simon Johnson disucses that although you can’t predict where or what the next global financi

Michael Waldman
November 6, 2012

The Brennan Center’s Michael Waldman discusses critical election day issues, including: the specter of an automatic rec

Election expert Barbara Arnwine discusses 3 tips for voters so they’re able to successfully cast their ballot:

Case-Shiller Index author Robert Shiller discusses the role of the housing market in the 2012 election, reforming the mortgag

Bob Herbert
November 4, 2012

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

Joseph E. Stiglitz
October 27, 2012

Noble Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz discusses the social impact of the American wealth gap, particularly its influence on comm

David Donnelly discusses Karl Rove’s 47 million dollar media blitz in swing states and the role of Citizens United in t

Estelle Rogers
October 26, 2012

CCTV’s Elaine Reyes speaks to Estelle Rogers, Legislative Director of Project Vote, about the significance of early vot

Victoria Bassetti discusses why the US is plagued by electoral dysfunction and how the system can be reformed so that it&#821

Robert Shiller
October 24, 2012

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

Frank Partnoy
October 21, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses Goldman’s ethics in the wake of Greg Smith’s scathing article and book on 60 minutes Octo

Michael Greenberger
October 18, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the political and economic power wielded by large financial institutions in America on the

Simon Johnson
October 16, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the advantages massive financial institution receive from being too big to fail on CSPAN, October 16t

Michael Greenberger
October 15, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the legal and lobbying assault by financial institutions on speculation regulation on the Rea

Tova Andrea Wang
October 11, 2012

Tova Andrea Wang and Nicole Austin-Hillery discuss the potential impact of new voter ID laws on Al Jazeera, October 11th, 201

Inimai M. Chettiar
October 9, 2012

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

Jeffrey Sachs
October 2, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs reveals why he believes President Obama can be progressive if elected for a second term on Travis Smiley, Octo

J. Adam Skaggs
September 27, 2012

Adam Skaggs of the Brennan Center and Fred Wertheimer of Democracy 21 explain how a small donor matching program could revolu

Jamie Raskin
September 26, 2012

Jamie Raskin discusses Citizens United and the transformation of campaign spending on  Current TV, September 26, 2012.

Bob McIntyre
September 25, 2012

Bob McIntyre refutes the idea that a low Capital Gains tax rate stimulates economic growth on PBS, September 25, 2012.

Jim Chanos
September 20, 2012

Jim Chanos discusses the impact of high speed trading on financial markets on CNBC September 20th, 2012.

William Black
September 19, 2012

On the anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, William Black discusses Countrywide, fraud and the housing bubble on AL Jaze

Dean Baker discusses taxing the wealthy, US manufacturing, and the middle class on MSNBC, September 19, 2012.

Melanie Sloan
September 17, 2012

Melanie Sloan discusses CREWS annual most corrupt list of Washington officials on Current TV September 17th, 2012.

Donita Judge
August 31, 2012

Donita Judge, Lead Attorney for the Advancement Project, sits down with Rachel Maddows of MSNBC.

Bob Herbert
August 28, 2012

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

Dean Baker
August 22, 2012

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

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

Bob Pollin
August 17, 2012

Bob Pollin discusses the relationship between productivity, unions, and sustained full employment in Sweden on the Real News

Barbara Arnwine
August 16, 2012

Barbara Arnwine, executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, was a speaker at the Children

Lawrence Lessig
August 15, 2012

Lawrence Lessig discusses the need to change the way campaigns are funded in order to remedy corruption American  politics a

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

Samuel Issacharoff
August 13, 2012

Samuel Issacharoff discusses his article, forthcoming in the Loyola University Chicago Law Review, “Class Actions and S

Lisa Graves
August 11, 2012

Lisa Graves discusses America’s laws via Alec with Al Sharpton, MSNBC, August 11, 2012.

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

Lisa Graves
August 6, 2012

Lisa Graves from The Center for Media and Democracy gives a general overview of why Americans are opposing ALEC.

Dean Baker
August 2, 2012

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

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

Lawrence Norden
July 27, 2012

Lawrence Norden discusses new voting laws in 19 states could keep millions of Americans from voting for president in November

Alan S. Blinder
July 25, 2012

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

Sony Kapoor
July 24, 2012

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

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

William Black
July 18, 2012

William Black talks about the Libor Scandal and the NY Fed’s involvement on After the Bell on Fox Business Network, Jul

Robert Shiller
July 17, 2012

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

William Black
July 14, 2012

William Black talks about JPMorgan’s recent “trading blunder” on Al Jazeera, July 14th 2012.

Bob Herbert, with guests Marian Wright Edelman of the Children’s Defense Fund, feminist organizer Shelby Knox, author o

Michael Greenberger
July 13, 2012

Michael Greenberger talks about Russell Wasendorf’s arrest for $200 million missing in fraud on WCBS, July 13th 2012.

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

Stan Greenberg
July 11, 2012

James Carville and Stan Greenberg discuss the ramifications of the 2012 election on the middle class with Charlie Rose, July

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.

Dean Baker
July 10, 2012

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

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

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

Dean Baker
July 5, 2012

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

Frank Partnoy
July 2, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses his new book, applying delayed decisions to the banking crisis and the snap judgments from Wall Stree

Simon Johnson
June 29, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses why JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon should leave the New York Federal Reserve Board and also explains the ne

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

Simon Johnson
June 28, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the calls to reduce Medicare and ultimate impact of this policy: increased health care costs for the

Nouriel Roubini discusses the European debt crisis on Bloomberg.

Frank Partnoy
June 26, 2012

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

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

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

Robert Shiller
June 23, 2012

Robert Shiller talks about the Occupy Movement and hypothesizes on why CEO’s are paid so much on CSPAN2, June 23rd 2012

Jacob S. Hacker
June 22, 2012

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

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

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

Bob Herbert (with Wall Street Journal writer Stephen Moore) talks about America’s unemployment crisis and the dearth of

Judith Brown Dianis discusses the state of Florida’s move to purge names off their voter rolls on Politics Nation, June 14t

William Black discusses JP Morgan’s recent trading loss, bank regulation, and Jamie Dimon’s Senate Banking Commit

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

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,

Ellen Miller
June 12, 2012

Ellen Miller discusses the Internet and its political power at the Personal Democracy Forum, June 12th, 2012.

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.

Judith Brown Dianis discusses Florida’s new voter suppression campaign and its violation of the NVRA, on Melissa Harris-Per

Penda D. Hair
June 7, 2012

Penda Hall discussed the ongoing debate between Florida and the Department of Justice in regards to purging of voters off the

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

Penda D. Hair
June 5, 2012

What are the Koch Brothers role in Florida’s war on voting – and will Gov.

Melanie Sloan
May 30, 2012

Melanie discusses misplaced priorities in the Edwards’ trial.

Tom Ferguson
May 22, 2012

Tom Ferguson discusses the relationship between Senator Johnson, chair of the Senate Banking Committee, and JP Morgan on Rea

Simon Johnson
May 21, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the conflict of interest posed by Jamie Dimon’s membership on the board of the New York Federal

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

Pamela Smith presents introductory remarks for “Is America Ready to Vote On the Internet? Concerns for National Security”

Anne Simpson
May 15, 2012

Anne Simpson discusses Jamie Dimon’s chairmanship and stricter wall street regulation on CBS, May 15th, 2012.

William Black discsuses opaque derivatives, European debt and the global financial system on Democracy Now, May 15th, 2012.

Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses the American healthcare system and HIV drug research and development on CSPAN, May 15th, 2012.

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

Dean Baker
May 14, 2012

Dean Baker discusses the impact of long-term unemployment on individuals and the economy on PBS, May 14th, 2012.

Simon Johnson discusses Jamie Dimon ,hedging and JP Morgan on Bloomberg Television, May 14th, 2012.

Michael Greenberger discusses recent JP Morgan losses and the lack of financial regulation on CBS, May 13th, 2012.

Michael Greenberger discusses complex financial instruments, the Dodd-Frank act, and the recent JP Morgan financial loss on

Simon Johnson
May 10, 2012

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

Nouriel Roubini
May 9, 2012

Nouriel Roubini discusses the European monetary crisis and the probability of Euro zone break up on CNBC, May 9th, 2012.

James Galbraith discusses overhauling the Federal Reserve on CSPAN, May 8th, 2012.

Simon Johnson
May 2, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the inherent danger of too big to fail banks on CSPAN2, May 2nd, 2012.

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

Jim Chanos
May 1, 2012

Jim Chanos discusses the Chinese property bubble and Chinese banks on Bloomberg Television, May, 1st 2012.

Tamara Draut
April 29, 2012

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

Jeffrey Sachs
April 27, 2012

Jeffery Sachs discusses slow economic growth and financial markets on MSNBC, April 27th, 2012.

Heidi Shierholz discusses the downward unemployment trend on KOAB, April 27th, 2012.

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

Lynn A. Stout
April 25, 2012

Lynn Stout discusses fundamental issues plaguing the financial system on WNET, April 25th, 2012.

Robert Shiller
April 24, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses the long term outlook for the real estate market on FBN, April 24th, 2012.

Robert Shiller discusses the slumping house market on Bloomberg Television, April 24th, 2012.

Nancy Altman
April 23, 2012

Nancy Altman debates the health of the Social Security trust fund with David Brown of the Heritage Foundation on PBS Newsho

Simon Johnson
April 20, 2012

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

Anne Simpson
April 19, 2012

Anne Simpson discusses CALPERS decision to reject a recent CITI CEO compensation package on PBS, April 19th, 2012.

Lisa Graves
April 18, 2012

Lisa Graves discusses whether or not states should re-think “stand your ground” laws in light of the shooting death of Tr

Rashad Robinson
April 17, 2012

Rashad Robinson discusses ColorOfChange’s campaign targeting the corporate sponsors of the American Legislative Exchang

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

Simon Johnson
April 16, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses highly leveraged banks and the dangers to the financial system on CBC, April 16th, 2012.

Robert Shiller
April 15, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses innovating and updating finance to help improve economic mobility on CNN, April 15th, 2012.

Dean Baker
April 14, 2012

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

Simon Johnson
April 13, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses major government programs including social security and medicare on First Business, April 13th, 201

Monica Youn
April 12, 2012

Monica Youn testified before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in support of the Fair Elections Now Act.

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

Jim Chanos discusses the Federal Reserve and its impact on financial markets on CNBC, April 12th, 2012.

Bob McIntyre
April 11, 2012

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

Robert Reich discusses private equity’s role in Mitt Romney’s wealth and their broader impact on the economy.

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

Frank Partnoy
April 10, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses complex financial instruments and the housing market on CNBC, April 10th, 2012.

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.

Lorraine C. Minnite
April 5, 2012

Lorraine Minnite examines accusations that new voting laws are effectively disenfranchising communities of colour in the US a

Barbara Arnwine
April 4, 2012

Check out Barbara Arnwine, Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law! Tune in as she talk

Aziz Huq
April 3, 2012

Aziz Huq, assistant professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses what forum should be employed to adju

William Black
April 2, 2012

Amy Goodman interviews William Black, a white-collar criminologist, former financial regulator, and author of “The Best Way t

Robert Shiller
April 1, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses the value of finance at Yale, April 1st, 2012

 William Black discusses derivatives and the shadow financial system on MSNBC, April 1st, 2012.

Bob Herbert
March 31, 2012

Bob Herbert discusses the recent spike in gas prices on CNN, March 31st, 2012.

Bob Herbert discusses investment and the economic outlook on CNN, March 31st, 2012.

Dean Baker
March 30, 2012

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

Michael J. Malbin
March 29, 2012

Professor Michael Malbin, presents new data supporting an increase in small donor participation in New York State elections a

Robert Shiller
March 26, 2012

 Robert Shiller discusses innovation and the financial system on Fox, March 26, 2012.

Heidi Hartmann
March 20, 2012

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

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.

Heidi Shierholz discusses the labor market and the job deficit at the Economic Policy Institute, March 2012.

Wendy R. Weiser
March 14, 2012

Ms. Weiser discusses Voter ID Laws and the  moves by 2 Wisconsin judges and the U.S.

Faiza Patel
February 27, 2012

Faiza Patel discusses the details of the controversial NYPD monitoring program on February 27th, 2012.

Sarah Anderson
February 16, 2012

Sarah Anderson discusses the impact of excessive executive pay on the middle class and the U.S. economy, February 16th, 2012.

Heather McGhee
February 10, 2012

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

Ellen Miller
February 8, 2012

Ellen miller discusses the ease in which elected officials and super pac’s can coordinate under existing election law on CB

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

William Darity
February 3, 2012

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

Jamie Raskin
January 30, 2012

Maryland State Senator Jamie Raskin discusses the consequences of the Citizens United decision as a shift away from the core

Melanie explains why the agency charged with policing our campaign finance laws is so dysfunctional and what immediate steps

Heather Boushey
January 26, 2012

Heather Boushey on WCMU, January 26 2012.

Barry critiques components of the Chinese labor system and its relation to domestic corporations at the New America Foundati

Bloomberg, 1/26/2012. Bob McIntyre discusses multi-national corporations and tax rates on Bloomberg, January 26th, 2012.

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

Dean Baker
January 24, 2012

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

Tamara Draut
January 23, 2012

Tamara discusses the state of the U.S. banking system and regulation on CNN, January 23 2012.

Sanjay Reddy
January 10, 2012

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

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

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

Sarah Anderson
January 3, 2012

Sarah Anderson discusses the economic benefit of a financial transaction tax on Real News, Janurary 3rd, 2012.

Robert Kuttner
December 21, 2011

Robert Kuttner defends unions, and discusses recent labor relations on Fox Business, 2011.

Simon Johnson
December 20, 2011

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

Alex Matthiessen
December 17, 2011

Alex Matthiessen on the implications of the Deep Water Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Alex Matthiessen discusses the reality of energy clean-up costs on “A win for environmentalist: The Hudson River,” The Al

Alex Matthiessen joins Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Jacob S. Hacker
December 12, 2011

Jacob Hacker disucsses the rise of income inequality on Foreign Affairs Focus, December 12 2011.

Jeffrey Sachs
December 10, 2011

Jeffrey Sachs discusses the European soverign debt crisis and the global economy on Al Jazeera, December 10 2011.

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

Jim discusses Chinese debt servicing, construction, and real estate on CNBC, December 9 2011.

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

Lynn E. Turner
December 7, 2011

Lynn Turner highlights the ill advised loans by banks, and discusses the need for Wall Street accountability on New Economic

Nicole Austin Hillery
December 6, 2011

Nicole Austin-Hillery  discusses voter id laws, and felony disenfranchisement at the ACS symposium on December 6th, 2011.

Dean Baker
December 5, 2011

Dean Baker discusses the financial transaction tax and the cozy relationship between Wall Street and Washington on RT Americ

Lynn A. Stout
December 4, 2011

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

Richard B. Freeman
November 30, 2011

Robert discusses the possibility of a double dip recession, unemployment, and labor relations at the University of Sydney, N

Nomi Prins
November 29, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses derivatives and investment banks on RTAmerica, 29 Nov 2011.

Sarah Anderson
November 22, 2011

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

Lawrence Lessig
November 16, 2011

Lawrence Lessig discusses the corruption that has taken hold on the American political system on Google talks on November 16t

Lawrence Norden
November 15, 2011

Lawrence Norden discusses the voting law changes that are currently taking place in many states throughout the U.S.

The Get Money Out campaign has decided to merge with the Democracy Fund to form a new group called United Republic.

Geoffrey Stone
November 12, 2011

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

Nomi Prins
November 10, 2011

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

Nomi Prins discusses the direction of Occupy Wall Street on MSNBC, November 10 2011.

Heidi Hartmann
November 7, 2011

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

Faiza Patel
November 5, 2011

Faiza Patel discusses Australian body guards, and private contractors on November 5th, 2011.

Tamara Draut
November 3, 2011

Tamara Draut discusses the Greek economy, unemployment, and the “welfare state” on Fox, November 3 2011.

Jeffrey Sachs
November 1, 2011

Jeffrey Sachs discusses Occupy Wall Street and the state of the American economy with Niall Ferguson on CNN, November 1 2011.

Heather McGhee
October 31, 2011

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

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.

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

Robert Shiller
October 25, 2011

Robert Shiller talking about the “housing market” at S&P, October 25 2011.

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

Alan S. Blinder
October 20, 2011

Alan Blinder discusses financial markets and the economic impact of the Federal Reserve on Bloomberg, October 20 2011.

Dean Baker
October 19, 2011

Dean Baker discusses the precarious position of the Obama administration with the advent of Occupy Wall Street on Keith Olbe

Robert Kuttner
October 13, 2011

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

Tamara Draut
October 11, 2011

Tamara Draut discusses student loan debt and the higher education system on MSNBC, October 11 2011.

Naomi Klein discusses the Occupy Wall Street movement on Conversations with Great Minds, October 11 2011.

Jim discusses the state of the Chinese banking system on Bloomberg Television, October 11 2011.

Arjun Jayadev
October 10, 2011

Arjun Jayadev discusses the fed, banks, and the state of the financial system at Occupy Boston Economics Forum, October 10 2

Robert Borosage
September 27, 2011

Robert Borosage discusses the need to restore the American Dream on RT, September 27th, 2012.

Brenda Wright
September 24, 2011

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

Jim Chanos
September 20, 2011

Jim discusses European short selling, Chinese debt, and investments on Bloomberg Television, September 20 2011.

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.

Timothy Canova
September 14, 2011

Timothy discusses infrastrure, political gridlock, and rhetoric on RT America, September 14 2011.

Diane Coyle
September 12, 2011

Diane Coyle discusses the realities of contemporary markets at the Future Prosperity Panel, September 12 2011.

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 a economic stimulus bill on PBS, September 7 2011.

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

Robert Kuttner
September 6, 2011

Robert discusses African American unemployment, President Obama’s job policies, and potential remedies on CNN, Septemb

Sarah Anderson
September 1, 2011

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

Nouriel Roubini
August 31, 2011

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

Michael Greenberger
August 29, 2011

Michael Greenberger discusses public policy, commodities trading, and economic bubbles on RT, August 29 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

Robert Shiller
August 26, 2011

Robert Shiller talking about the “tech and housing bubbles” on Wealth Track, August 26 2011.

Jeffrey Madrick
August 24, 2011

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

Bob Pollin
August 15, 2011

Robert Pollin on requiring that banks invest in productive activities. August 15, 2011.

Robert Borosage
August 12, 2011

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

James K. Galbraith
August 9, 2011

James discusses the S& P downgrade’s relationship to the financial markets on the Real News Network, August 9 2011.

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.

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.

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.

William Black
July 16, 2011

William discusses Lehman’s failure on C-Span, July 16 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 none of the fundamental causes that led to the crash in ’08 have been corrected. 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.

Bob Pollin: from the price of food to gas at the pump, research shows how speculation raises prices. 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.

Simon Johnson
July 6, 2011

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

Simon Johnson
July 4, 2011

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

Heather McGhee
June 28, 2011

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

Kemal Dervis
June 13, 2011

Kemal discusses the history of the modern economy and the emerging markets on Center & Global Development, June 13 2011.

Timothy Canova
June 7, 2011

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

Diane Coyle
May 31, 2011

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

Nina Perales
May 24, 2011

Nina Perales speaks to Illinois Statehouse news on redistricting on May 24th, 2011.

Damon A. Silvers
May 20, 2011

Damon Silvers talking about “Democrats and Labor Movement” on MSNBC, May 20 2011.

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

Jim Chanos
May 18, 2011

Jim discusses cracks in the Chinese economy on CNBC, May 18 2011.

Robert Borosage
May 14, 2011

Robert Borosage discusses the importance of job growth and the misled focus on deficit reduction on Fox, May 14 2011.

Anne Simpson
May 12, 2011

Anne discusses the need for sustainable investment on CERES, May 12 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

Heidi Shierholz
May 5, 2011

Heidi discusses the state of the recovery and its impact on employment on PBS Business Report, May 5 2011.

Nomi Prins
May 4, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses the Wall Street paradigm and the economic crisis on RTAmerica, May 4 2011.

Nomi Prins
May 3, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses details of the bailout package on Real News, May 3 2011.

Nomi Prins discusses the Goldman Sach’s investgiation on Fox Business, May 3 2011.

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

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

James discusses the housing crisis and its lack of historical parallels on RT America, May 2 2011.

Perry Mehrling
April 26, 2011

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

Naomi Klein
April 23, 2011

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

Heidi Shierholz
April 19, 2011

Heidi discusses the jobs recovery on CBS Evening News, April 19 2011.

Barbara Arnwine
April 18, 2011

The prestigious Higginbotham Corporate Leadership Award, named in honor of Judge A. Leon Higginbotham Jr.

Alan S. Blinder
April 12, 2011

Alan Blinder on Charlie Rose /CBA Speakers Bureau, April 12 2011.

Simon Johnson
April 9, 2011

Simon Johnson discusses Goldman Sachs, too big to fail, and the threat of large complex financial institutions at INET, Apri

Robert discusses the decay of trust in markets and experts and potential remedies at INET, April 9 2011.

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

Heather McGhee
April 6, 2011

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

L. Randall Wray
March 29, 2011

Randall Wray discusses the slow economic recovery and resolutions on Real News, May 29 2011.