Where: 520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth announced its new book, Vision 2020: Evidence for a Stronger Economy, at a breakfast event on February 18, 2020. Authored by leading scholars across the country, this compilation of 21 essays highlights a range of new ideas and the research behind them.
We compiled Vision 2020 so the latest research informs critical election-year economic policy debates and to inspire decisionmakers to take action to address inequality’s subversive effect on broadly shared and sustainable economic growth.
Building on many of the key themes and ideas from Equitable Growth’s Vision 2020 conference, this package of policy proposals tackles many of the ways that the increasing concentration of economic resources translates into political and social power.
Heather Boushey (moderator)
President and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Author of Vision 2020 essay “New measurement for a new economy”
Assistant professor of social work at the University of Southern California
Author of Vision 2020 essay “Overcoming social exclusion: Addressing race and criminal justice policy in the United States”
Professor of social service and administration at the University of Chicago
Author of Vision 2020 essay “Fair work schedules for the U.S. economy and society: What’s reasonable, feasible, and effective”
Fiona Scott Morton
Professor of economics at Yale University
Author of Vision 2020 essay “Reforming U.S. antitrust enforcement and competition policy”
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Below is the full list of the book’s authors and topics, listed by section:
520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA