Roosevelt’s Analysis of Biden’s Economic Plans
May 20, 2021
As the Biden administration proposes new public investments and solutions, Roosevelt experts will be breaking them all down—from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan passed in March to the American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan proposals, which invest a combined $4 trillion in long-underfunded communities, industries, and climate remedies.
Explore Roosevelt’s analysis to date, and stay tuned for more.
The Year the American Rescue Plan Made: 2021 in ReviewBy Mike Konczal and Emily DiVito Opens in new window
How Build Back Better’s Investments in Universal Pre-K and Community College Address Racial and Gender InequitiesBy Trisha Maharaj and Joseph Miller Opens in new window
We Need Build Back Better’s Climate Investments—for the Economy, Equity, and the PlanetBy Rhiana Gunn-Wright and Kristina Karlsson Opens in new window
Build Back Better’s Care Investments Offer a New Way to Think about the Role of GovernmentBy Steph Sterling Opens in new window
To Build Back Better, Curb Corporate Power and Focus on Structure of Public InvestmentsBy Niko Lusiani Opens in new window
Once in a Lifetime: Why a Sea Change in Economics Is Happening NowBy Felicia Wong Opens in new window
How the American Families Plan Can Curb Corporate Power and Create Structural ChangeBy Suzanne Kahn Opens in new window
The Scale We Need: How Deficit Spending Can Boost Biden’s Infrastructure InvestmentsBy Emily DiVito Opens in new window
How the American Rescue Plan Is a Blueprint for Gender-Conscious PolicymakingBy Emily DiVito Opens in new window