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Science and technology policy is one of the areas where looking to the years around 1970 is especially useful in thinking about strategies to promote innovation-led equitable economic growth today. The late 1960s and early...
Heather Boushey testifies before the D.C. Council on the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015.
Historians of the Second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th and early 20th centuries are often asked to draw parallels between it and the current “Fourth” Industrial Revolution, characterized by the emergence of massive personal...
How do we give everyone a fair shot at opportunity and security in this new economy? Looking at what’s happening at the top of the income and wealth ladders is a good place to start.
The EITC is a remarkably successful program, with important impacts on recipients’ labor supply and health and on their children’s health and educational outcomes.
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Get the data we used to create the interactive graphics accompanying the report, "The benefits and costs of investing in early childhood education." All data is available at the state level.
Research is increasingly demonstrating that investments in education provide significant benefits to children, families, and society as a whole, accelerating economic growth and promoting opportunity over time. This study describes and analyzes the benefits and...
This new study addresses a key challenge confronting the United States—how to promote both widely shared and faster economic growth. It does so by analyzing and describing the effects of […]
This is a weekly post we publish on Fridays with links to articles that touch on economic inequality and growth. The first section is a round-up of what Equitable Growth […]
Must-Read: Richard Mayhew: The Hope of [Health Care Cost] Stabilization: “We knew that there was going to be a massive amount of catch-up [health] care… …as people who either were […]
Required reading from Robert Axtell, Tim Duy, Ken Rogoff, and more.
Equitable Growth kicks off a new interview series—with some help from former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers—and releases the fourth report in the "History of Technology" series.