Austin Clemens
Austin Clemens

Computational Social Scientist

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Austin Clemens is a Computational Social Scientist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. Prior to joining Equitable Growth, Austin was an Assistant Research Scientist at the Public Policy Research Institute at Texas A&M University where he researched criminal justice policy. Austin holds a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Texas and a doctorate in political science from the University of Georgia. His work has appeared in ESPN the Magazine, Smithsonian magazine, Legislative Studies Quarterly, and the Journal of Business and Politics.

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JOLTS Day Graphs: August 2018 Report Edition

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In an age of inequality, aggregate and mean economic statistics don’t tell us enough

Inequality & Mobility
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JOLTS Day Graphs: July 2018 Report Edition

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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: August 2018 Report Edition

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TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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JOLTS Day Graphs: June 2018 Report Edition

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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: July 2018 Report Edition

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TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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JOLTS Day Graphs: May 2018 Report Edition

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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: June 2018 Report Edition

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TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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Realizing the promise of place-based economics requires more and better data from across the United States

Inequality & Mobility
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Policymakers can’t tackle inequitable growth if it isn’t measured

Inequality & Mobility
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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: April 2018 Report Edition

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Disaggregating growth

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New worldwide report on inequality shows how the United States compares

Inequality & Mobility
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What if we took equity into account when measuring economic growth?

Inequality & Mobility
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Here’s why you should interpret tomorrow’s GDP growth estimate skeptically

Inequality & Mobility
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Latest official estimates underreport extent of inequality in the U.S.

Inequality & Mobility
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Previewing tomorrow’s annual income and poverty report

Inequality & Mobility
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New report on evidence-based policymaking boasts recommendations that Congress must take seriously

Inequality & MobilityTax & Macroeconomics
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No one measure of inequality tells the whole story–income, wealth, and consumption should be considered together

Inequality & MobilityTax & Macroeconomics
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Will the United States give up on data collection?

Inequality & Mobility
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The once and future measurement of economic inequality in the United States

Inequality & MobilityTax & Macroeconomics
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Economic insecurity rises around childbirth, explained in four charts

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Interactive: Comparing wages within and across demographic groups in the United States

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New analysis shows it is more difficult for workers to move up the income ladder

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Another interactive look at changes in U.S. labor force participation

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An interactive history of U.S. labor force participation

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Interactive: The changing economics of the American family

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Interactive: A new look at who earns what in the United States

Inequality & Mobility
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Interactive: How much have U.S. earnings grown since 2007?

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A snapshot of the long-term impacts of universal prekindergarten

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What happened to the job ladder in the 21st century?

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The cruel game of musical chairs in the U.S. labor market

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