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Why Market Power Matters for Inflation

Why Market Power Matters for Inflation

September 22, 2022

By Mike Konczal

A New Era for Worker Power: Labor Wins during the Pandemic, and the Policies We Need to Sustain the Momentum

A New Era for Worker Power: Labor Wins during the Pandemic, and the Policies We Need to Sustain the Momentum

September 21, 2022

By AlĂ­ R. Bustamante

Banking for the People: Lessons from California on the Failures of the Banking Status Quo

Banking for the People: Lessons from California on the Failures of the Banking Status Quo

September 8, 2022

By Emily DiVito

Protected: Global Economic Resilience: Building Forward Better

Protected: Global Economic Resilience: Building Forward Better

September 7, 2022

The Statue of Liberty Plan: A Progressive Vision for Migration in the Age of Climate Change

The Statue of Liberty Plan: A Progressive Vision for Migration in the Age of Climate Change

August 24, 2022

By Deepak Bhargava, Rich Stolz

Seven Ways the Executive Branch Can Turbocharge Green Industrial Policy

Seven Ways the Executive Branch Can Turbocharge Green Industrial Policy

August 18, 2022

By Arnab Datta, Ashley George, Joel Michaels, Todd N. Tucker

The Need for Corporate Guardrails in US Industrial Policy

The Need for Corporate Guardrails in US Industrial Policy

August 18, 2022

By Lenore Palladino, Isabel Estevez

Family-Friendly Policies and the Motherhood Employment Gap during the COVID-19 Recovery

Family-Friendly Policies and the Motherhood Employment Gap during the COVID-19 Recovery

August 16, 2022

Family-Friendly Policies and the Motherhood Employment Gap during the COVID-19 Recovery

Family-Friendly Policies and the Motherhood Employment Gap during the COVID-19 Recovery

August 16, 2022

By Joana Duran-Franch, Ira Regmi

More than Consumers: Post-Neoliberal Identities and Economic Governance

More than Consumers: Post-Neoliberal Identities and Economic Governance

August 3, 2022

By Suzanne Kahn