Equitable Growth 2022: People and Research Advancing Economic Evidence
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted our biennial grantee conference, Equitable Growth 2022: People and Research Advancing Economic Evidence, which brought together grantees and other stakeholders to showcase cutting-edge research on how economic inequality affects economic growth and stability.
Equitable Growth 2022 virtual sessions took place from September 19, 2022 through September 22, 2022, from approximately 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT each day. Session programming included more than a dozen paper sessions, panel conversations on cutting-edge research, and networking, mentoring, and training opportunities.
Watch video from 12 of the sessions:
Climate inequality and growth
Importance of gender equality for strong economic growth
Improving access to income support programs to boost the macroeconomy and individual well being
Market power and competition
Market power in the modern U.S. economy
Mobility and education inequality
Mobility and racial inequality
Structural racism, economic mobility, and well being
The role of competition and labor policies in boosting wages
Wages and the U.S. Labor Market
Wealth, risk, volatility, and the macroeconomy
Worker power and well-being
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