Raksha Kopparam
Raksha Kopparam

Research Assistant

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Raksha Kopparam is a Research Assistant at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. Prior to joining Equitable Growth, she interned at the Federal Housing Finance Agency, working with their Division of Housing Mission and Goals. Her research interests are in antitrust policy, gender wage inequality, and trade policy. In 2018, Kopparam earned her bachelor’s in political economy from the University of California, Berkeley.

Authored By Raksha Kopparam

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Modern U.S. antitrust research supports strict enforcement of the law

CompetitionLabor
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Inflation inequality in the United States is due to imbalanced product innovation

CompetitionLaborTax & Macroeconomics
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Weekend Reading “Mothers Know Best” Edition

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JOLTS Day Graphs: February 2019 Report Edition

Labor
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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: March 2019 Report Edition

Labor
TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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A judicial victory for pay transparency in the United States in the run-up to Women’s Equal Pay Day

LaborInequality & Mobility
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Net worth taxes: What they are and how they work

Tax & Macroeconomics
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The distribution of wealth in the United States and implications for a net worth tax

Inequality & MobilityTax & Macroeconomics
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Evidence indicates that mergers directly suppress wage growth for hospital workers in the United States

CompetitionLabor
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Weekend Reading: “President’s Day” edition

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JOLTS Day Graphs: December 2018 Report Edition

Labor
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Weekend Reading “The State of the Union’s Inequality” Edition

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Equitable Growth’s Jobs Day Graphs: January 2019 Report Edition

Inequality & MobilityLabor
TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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Weekend Reading “What About a Wealth Tax?” Edition

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Introducing the “Competitive Edge” blog series

Competition
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Who profits from patents within firms and among firms? Hint: Not women and not most employees

Labor
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TOPICS: Pay Equity
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Weekend Reading “The Robots are Taking Over” Edition

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New financial health survey shows that traditional metrics of economic growth don’t apply to most U.S. households’ incomes and savings

Inequality & Mobility
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Weekend reading: “Jobs and the Holidays” edition

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Weekend reading: “Who gets the wage growth” edition

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

Inequality & MobilityLabor
TOPICS: Wage Stagnation
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Equitable Growth hosts the 2nd Grantee Conference

Inequality & Mobility
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FTC action addresses corporate conduct that harms U.S. workers

CompetitionLabor
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Weekend reading: “Wages and workers” edition

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Weekend reading: “Home is where the wealth is” edition

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Weekend reading: “where are the wages?” edition

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