For immediate release Washington, D.C. — The Washington Center for Equitable Growth today announced that labor economist Kate Bahn has joined its staff to lead the organization’s efforts on labor […]
For immediate release Washington, D.C. — While it is well known that women in the workplace are paid on average considerably less than men, a new report issued by the […]
Longtime FTC Attorney Michael Kades to Lead Equitable Growth’s Market Competition and Antitrust Efforts
For immediate release Washington, D.C. — As the Washington Center for Equitable Growth continues to build its staff of policy experts, the organization announced today that Michael Kades has agreed […]
Jason Furman, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman, Joins Equitable Growth Steering Committee
For immediate release Contact: Erica Handloff, 202-545-3354 or email Washington, D.C. — The Washington Center for Equitable Growth is pleased to announce that Jason Furman, former chairman of the Council […]
Washington Center for Equitable Growth Announces Fourth Round of Annual Grantmaking, Bringing Total Awards to Nearly $3 Million
Awards in this year’s grant cycle total $771,930, with an additional $52,000 in co-funding from the Russell Sage Foundation.
“Delivering equitable growth” highlights challenges and opportunities facing current and future generations of U.S. policymakers
Washington, DC—The Washington Center for Equitable Growth released “Delivering equitable growth: strategies for the next Administration” on October 31, 2016, highlighting both new and existing research on the channels through which […]
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth Announces Further Support for Academic Research on Inequality and Growth (Washington, DC)—The Washington Center for Equitable Growth is pleased to announce its 2016 class […]
New analysis finds African American and Latino population disproportionately impacted by student debt crisis
Equitable Growth releases the second installment of the Mapping Student Debt project, illustrating that the geography of student debt delinquency in the United States is highly racialized.
Equitable Growth’s academic grants program aims to build a portfolio of cutting-edge scholarly research that investigates the channels through which economic inequality may or may not impact economic growth and stability.
Washington, D.C. – Improving educational outcomes and narrowing the educational achievement gaps of future workers would significantly increase long-term U.S. economic growth and raise government revenues, a new Washington Center […]