The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted a conversation on exploring the impacts of antitrust enforcement and increasing market concentration on economic growth and inequality. Prominent academics and practitioners highlighted the changes […]
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted Professor Kim Clausing of Reed College for a seminar on her research investigating the effects of profit shifting on the corporate tax base in the […]
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted Equitable Growth grantee Stephanie Chapman, who recently completed her Ph.D. in economics at Northwestern University, for a seminar on her paper, “Student loans and the labor market: Evidence […]
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted its inaugural grantee conference on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, in Washington, DC. The conference was an opportunity for grantees to meet Equitable Growth staff, […]
Seminar Series: Implications of economic inequality for women’s employment patterns (Invitation Only)
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted Equitable Growth grantee Professor Philip Cohen of the University of Maryland for a seminar on the implications of economic inequality for women’s employment patterns on Tuesday, June 21 from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm. […]
Please join the Washington Center for Equitable Growth on Tuesday, March 29 at 9:30a.m. for a presentation by Branko Milanovic on the findings of his new book, “Global Inequality: A […]
On Wednesday, March 16, the Washington Center for Equitable Growth and the Economic Policy Institute will host economists David Card and Alan Krueger for a 20th anniversary discussion of their seminal work, Myth and Measurement.
Hidden Wealth of Nations offers an ambitious agenda for reform, focused on ways in which countries can change the incentives of tax havens. The author argues that only by first understanding the extent of wealth...
Building a Strong Foundation: Understanding Whether and How Economic Inequality Affects Economic Growth
The conference brings together top experts to debate and discuss the latest research related to economic inequality and economic growth and the implications for the U.S. workforce and future U.S. economic competitiveness.
We invite you to join us from 9am-12pm on November 15, 2013, at Sixth and I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C.