What would it take to really reverse inequality? Let’s go beyond false solutions and work to overcome the systemic drivers that concentrate wealth and power.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
A union victory for the plant's predominantly black workforce would represent one of the largest successes for labor in decades and one of its largest triumphs in the South.
While Republicans are proposing severe cuts to low-income housing assistance, they are continuing to subsidize Blackstone and other private equity housing profiteers.
But greater equality, the Scandinavian story helps us understand, doesn’t just suddenly appear.
When agribusiness corporations export food at artificially low prices, they widen the economic divide between the global North and South — and within rural America.
A veteran journalist tells the story behind what may be the most troubling exposé yet of ‘concierge care.’
Teams bid big bucks for athletes like LeBron James because they hold portable skills. CEOs don’t. So why do CEOs get even bigger bucks? A former CEO has the answer.