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“Build back” means restoring the government and business investments in the productive capabilities of the U.S. labor force that created a growing middle class in the three decades after World War II
That’s the amount of buybacks U.S. corporations funneled to shareholders during the past decade—rather than invest in technologies for the common good. This article is being published jointly by INET and The American Prospect
How “Maximizing Shareholder Value” Minimized the Strategic National Stockpile: The $5.3 Trillion Question for Pandemic Preparedness Raised by the Ventilator Fiasco
The success of projects for pandemic preparedness and response depends on the strength of government-business collaborations.
There Can Be No Equality Without a Dramatic Renewal of Employment Opportunity for All American Workers
To fulfill MLK’s vision of jobs and freedom for Black Americans, Washington must rein in corporate greed
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The Washington Post cites William Lazonick’s INET paper on shareholder value
Vox cites William Lazonick’s INET paper on shareholder value
INET grantee William Lazonick explains why Sen. Tammy Baldwin is proposing to ban stock buybacks.
One of Wall Street’s favorite tools could be deepening the growing chasm between America’s rich and poor, according to INET grantee William Lazonick.