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EconomicPolicyInstitute September 6, 2011

Check out EPI’s new blog, Working Economics

Today, EPI launched its new blog, Working Economics.  The blog will enable our experts to provide vital and timely economic analysis and commentary on policies that affect working Americans.

Intended for both those well-versed in economics and those simply interested in economic policy and discourse, Working Economics will be an essential nexus for engaging a greater number of people in economic conversations.  Finally, Working Economics will continue EPI’s mission of advancing policies that improve the quality of life for America’s workers and their families.

Click below to read our inaugural posts:

  1. Welcome to ‘Working Economics,’ EPI President Lawrence Mishel
  2. Business economists differ from House orthodoxy on regulation, uncertainty, and tax hikes, EPI Director of Regulatory Policy Research Isaac Shapiro
  3. Schools confront poverty, why don’t education policies?, EPI Research Associate Richard Rothstein

And be the first to read new posts by  following us on Twitter @WorkingEconBlog.

From the EPI Blog
Joshua Smith
Myths and Facts About Corporate Taxes, Part 3: Are American Companies’ Profits Trapped Overseas?
Joshua Smith
High-income Households Pay a Large Share of US Taxes—But This Doesn’t Make Our Tax System Progressive
Lawrence Mishel and Will Kimball
The Top 1 Percent of Wage Earners Falters in 2013—Was it a Temporary Event?
Joshua Smith
Myths and Facts About Corporate Taxes, Part 2: Will Congress’s Idea of “Base-Broadening, Rate-Lowering Tax Reform” Fix What’s Wrong With Our Corporate Tax Code?
Ross Eisenbrey
Corporations Are Stealing Your Constitutional Rights: Forced Arbitration Clauses
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