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Testimony before the Senate Budget Committee on The Cost of Inaction on Climate Change

Testimony before the Senate Budget Committee on The Cost of Inaction on Climate Change

April 20, 2021

By Joseph Stiglitz

The Financialization of Higher Education: At the University of Cincinnati

The Financialization of Higher Education: At the University of Cincinnati

April 7, 2021

By Parker Cellura, Caleb Akers, Meghan Malas

How to Measure and Value Wealth for a Federal Wealth Tax Reform

How to Measure and Value Wealth for a Federal Wealth Tax Reform

April 1, 2021

By David Gamage, Ari Glogower, Kitty Richards

Shared Work: The Little-Known Program that Could Prevent Layoffs, Relieve State Budgets, and Boost the Economy

Shared Work: The Little-Known Program that Could Prevent Layoffs, Relieve State Budgets, and Boost the Economy

March 23, 2021

By Kitty Richards, Emily DiVito

Why a Federal Wealth Tax is Constitutional

Why a Federal Wealth Tax is Constitutional

February 11, 2021

By Ari Glogower, David Gamage, Kitty Richards

Climate-Forward: How Green Investment Can Stimulate Our Economy Today and Sustain Long-Term Growth

Climate-Forward: How Green Investment Can Stimulate Our Economy Today and Sustain Long-Term Growth

January 29, 2021

Fiscal Policy Is Climate Policy: How Curbing Corporate Power Can Address the Climate Crisis

Fiscal Policy Is Climate Policy: How Curbing Corporate Power Can Address the Climate Crisis

January 27, 2021

Unburdened: How Canceling Student Debt Can Boost Growth, Equity, and Innovation

Unburdened: How Canceling Student Debt Can Boost Growth, Equity, and Innovation

January 27, 2021

The Case for Progressive Stimulus: How Spending Now Can Drive Long-Term and Equitable Prosperity

The Case for Progressive Stimulus: How Spending Now Can Drive Long-Term and Equitable Prosperity

December 16, 2020

By Suzanne Kahn

Preventing Another Lost Decade: Why Large Federal Deficits Should Be Welcomed, Not Feared, in Today’s Economy

Preventing Another Lost Decade: Why Large Federal Deficits Should Be Welcomed, Not Feared, in Today’s Economy

December 16, 2020

By J. W. Mason