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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
Since the 1980s, the enemy of equal employment opportunity through upward socioeconomic mobility has been the pervasive and entrenched corporate-governance ideology and practice of maximizing shareholder value.
In this introduction to our project, “Fifty Years After: Black Employment in the United States Under the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,” we outline the socioeconomic forces behind the promising rise and disastrous fall of an African American blue-collar middle class.
It’s time for business executives, employees, and taxpayers to come together to help get us out of the pandemic and create conditions for a sustainable and equitable future
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INET grantee William Lazonick explains how the Trump tax cut is resulting in buybacks on Wall Street and bonuses for CEOs
In their op-ed in the Washington Post, INET grantee William Lazonick and Rick Wartzman show how companies are spending their tax savings on investors, not workers.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin features arguments in questions to SEC nominees, pharmaceutical industry witness
INET gathered hundreds of new economic thinkers in Edinburgh to discuss the past, present, and future of the economics profession.