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News from EPI McDonald’s Wage Increase is Good News, but More Can and Should be Done for Workers
April 1, 2015

News from EPI State Innovation Exchange Teams up with Economic Policy Institute and EARN to Promote Policy Agenda to Raise Wages: Partnership will add policy-making muscle to SiX’s push to support progressive state legislators and keep working Americans out of poverty
March 31, 2015

News from EPI Full Employment Disproportionately Helps African American Workers
March 30, 2015

News from EPI Black Unemployment Is Still Higher Than Pre-recession Levels in 28 States
March 26, 2015

News from EPI EPI Lays Out Agenda to Raise America’s Pay
March 19, 2015

News from EPI Congressional Progressive Caucus Budget Would Put U.S. Economy on the Path to Durable Full Employment
March 18, 2015

News from EPI More than Half of Los Angeles Families Struggle to Secure a Modest Standard of Living
March 12, 2015

News from EPI Cuts to State Unemployment Insurance Programs Have Left a Record Number of Jobless Workers Behind
March 9, 2015

News from EPI Job Growth Continues Apace, but Wage Growth is Nowhere to be Seen
March 6, 2015

News from EPI Hybrid and Cash-Balance Pension Plans Are All Risk, No Reward
March 5, 2015

News from EPI Sex, Lies and Justice: A Discussion on Campus Sexual Assault, Title IX Compliance, and Due Process
March 3, 2015

News from EPI Wal-Mart News Shows Broad Based Wage Growth is Still Lacking
February 19, 2015

News from EPI Wages Stagnated or Fell for Workers Across the Board in 2014
February 19, 2015

News from EPI Media Advisory: EPI to Release New Analysis of Wage Trends in 2014
February 13, 2015

News from EPI Paid Sick Leave is a Wise Investment for Maryland Workers and Businesses
February 12, 2015

News from EPI The Problem We All Live With: Residential Segregation and Implications for Education and Urban Policy
February 11, 2015

News from EPI EPI Releases Guidebook for Understanding How the Fed Works and How to Make it Work Harder for Main Street
February 9, 2015

News from EPI Solid Start to the Year, but a Long Road Ahead
February 6, 2015

News from EPI ESEA Reauthorization Should Focus on Alleviating the Effects of Poverty on Educational Achievement: The need to address the social and economic impediments holding back children is more urgent than ever
February 5, 2015

News from EPI “Right to Work” Is the Wrong Answer for New Mexico’s Economy
February 4, 2015

News from EPI EPI President Lawrence Mishel Testifies on the State of the U.S. Economy: Raising Wages is the Chief Economic Challenge of our Time
February 4, 2015

News from EPI Currency Manipulation by Japan Must Be Addressed in the TPP: Driven by currency manipulation, the U.S. trade deficit with Japan cost 896,000 jobs in 2013
February 4, 2015

News from EPI EPI Economist Elise Gould Testifies in Support of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act
February 3, 2015

News from EPI Senator Debbie Stabenow, EPI’s Rob Scott to Discuss TPP and Currency Manipulation
February 3, 2015

News from EPI Cancelling Sequester Good for Growth
January 30, 2015

News from EPI Despite a Year of Strong Job Growth, Recovery Remains Uneven Between States and Across Racial Groups
January 29, 2015

News from EPI Prominent Economists Call on Department of Labor to Set Overtime Pay Threshold No Lower than $50,000 a Year
January 28, 2015

News from EPI Income Inequality Affects Every State and Region in the Country: From 2009-2012, Incomes of the Top 1 Percent Incomes Grew Faster than the Bottom 99 Percent in Every State Except One
January 26, 2015

News from EPI “Right to Work” Is the Wrong Answer for Wisconsin’s Economy
January 23, 2015

News from EPI Manufacturing is Still a Large and Vital Part of the U.S. Economy
January 22, 2015

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