Five years ago, an eight-minute cartoon delightfully demolished all the conventional rationales for grand concentrations of private wealth.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
The move to allow states to require ‘proof of work’ for Medicaid recipients is punitive and counter-productive—not to mention hypocritical.
After years of criticism from labor unions and other progressive groups, the Bank’s own chief economist is accusing his colleagues of ideologically-driven data manipulation.
New research bolsters campaigns to increase the minimum wage for tipped workers in Washington, DC, New York, and elsewhere.
The head of the London-based High Pay Centre explains why more action is needed to fix the country’s broken executive compensation system.
Policymakers must learn that the deficit is not an excuse to ignore inequality.
About 94 percent of workers producing goods and providing services for the largest multinationals are not directly employed by these global firms.
Studies show wealth concentration has an impact on generosity. Charities, nonprofits, and the people they help may be paying the price.
In Buffalo, organizers are fighting for development without displacement, parcel by parcel.