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Bargaining for Stability: Wage Policies under Full Employment

Bargaining for Stability: Wage Policies under Full Employment

January 26, 2023

By Andrew Elrod

The Causes of and Responses to Today’s Inflation

The Causes of and Responses to Today’s Inflation

December 6, 2022

By Joseph E. Stiglitz, Ira Regmi

A New Framework for Targeting Inflation: Aiming for a Range of 2 to 3.5 Percent

A New Framework for Targeting Inflation: Aiming for a Range of 2 to 3.5 Percent

November 17, 2022

By Justin Bloesch

What Surplus? Assessing State-Local Government Aid after a Decade of Austerity

What Surplus? Assessing State-Local Government Aid after a Decade of Austerity

October 26, 2022

By Amanda Page-Hoongrajok, Mariam Majd

Why Market Power Matters for Inflation

Why Market Power Matters for Inflation

September 22, 2022

By Mike Konczal

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

Prices, Profits, and Power: An Analysis of 2021 Firm-Level Markups

Prices, Profits, and Power: An Analysis of 2021 Firm-Level Markups

June 21, 2022

By Mike Konczal, Niko Lusiani

Energy Price Stability: The Peril of Fossil Fuels and The Promise Of Renewables

Energy Price Stability: The Peril of Fossil Fuels and The Promise Of Renewables

June 9, 2022

Energy Price Stability: The Peril of Fossil Fuels and the Promise of Renewables

Energy Price Stability: The Peril of Fossil Fuels and the Promise of Renewables

May 11, 2022

By Lauren Melodia, Kristina Karlsson