Liz Hipple
Liz Hipple

Senior Policy Advisor

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Liz Hipple is Senior Policy Advisor at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. She leads Equitable Growth’s work to explore the relationship and connections between inequality and economic mobility. Her analysis and writing focuses on translating and synthesizing academic research for a policy audience.

Prior to joining Equitable Growth, she was Manager for Government Affairs at the Economic Innovation Group, a research and advocacy organization focusing on geographic inequality. She previously worked at the U.S. Department of the Treasury as a Policy Advisor in the Office of Domestic Finance and as a Special Assistant in the Office of the Chief of Staff. She graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in political science and public policy.

Authored By Liz Hipple

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#ASSA2019: Day three roundup

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#ASSA2019: Day two roundup

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#ASSA2019: Day one roundup

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U.S. economic policies that are pro-work and pro-worker

Inequality & MobilityLabor
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Weekend reading: “the economic rents are too high” edition

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New Fed paper suggests it’s not all millennials’ fault after all

Inequality & Mobility
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Weekend reading: “HQ2” edition

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Weekend reading: The “family policy is economic policy” edition

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Are today’s inequalities limiting tomorrow’s opportunities?

Inequality & Mobility
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Weekend reading: “fair workweek” edition

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Weekend reading: “Labor Day” edition

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Weekend reading: “all wages all the time” edition

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Weekend reading: “workers and wages” edition

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Inequality, mobility, and the American Dream

Inequality & Mobility
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Weekend reading: “household insecurity” edition

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Weekend reading: “tax day” edition

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Weekend reading: The “measurement matters” edition

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Weekend reading: “race and place” edition

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New research on the relationship between race, place, and opportunity in the United States

Inequality & Mobility
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Weekend reading: “labor share of income” edition

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Weekend reading: “changing roles” edition

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Weekend reading: “wages and regions” edition

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Can the financial benefit of lobbying be quantified?

Tax & Macroeconomics
TOPICS: Monetary Policy
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Weekend reading: “jobs day” edition

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Unlocking the promise of antitrust enforcement

Competition
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What does the research show about the need for fair work scheduling legislation in the United States?

Labor
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Weekend reading: “the tax plan arriveth” edition

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New federal antitrust legislation recognizes U.S. workers are not only consumers

Competition
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Weekend reading: “labor markets and income” edition

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Understanding the importance of antitrust policy for U.S. economic competitiveness and consumer choice

Competition

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