Tag Archives: labor market

Attacking the New Normal of Secular Stagnation

Why the United States must boost its minimum wage.

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New Approaches to Inequality

Thinking beyond traditional economics perspectives to address inequality.

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Going Backwards in Japan

Say goodbye to a system that was equitable and among the fairest in the world.

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The Return of Social Europe

Will Angela Merkel’s big win in the recent German elections usher in more leftist labor policy?

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Employment and Ecology: The Twin Challenges for Humanity (Part IV)

How will the global community face the twin challenges of employment and protecting the planet’s ecology?

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A Lament for San Francisco

How is an increasingly dilapidated San Francisco symbolic of the challenges facing the United States?

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Addressing the Root Cause of Europe’s Debt Woes

Why will a short-term debt relief plan for Europe lack credibility?

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Egypt After Mubarak: New Era of Modernization?

How can Egypt stand at the edge of a new period of modernization and opening up in the Arab world?

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The World in 2020

Does the rise of China necessarily mean the decline of the United States?

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Immigration and the Looming U.S. Demographic Crisis

How will economic pressures soon change the U.S. debate over immigration?

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