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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

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 Alí R. Bustamante

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