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  • Bienvenue sur le site personnel de Georges Gloukoviezoff

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    January 2009, by gloukoviezoff
    Je travaille sur les questions d’exclusion bancaire et de surendettement des particuliers depuis maintenant plus de 10 ans. Ce site a pour but de mettre gratuitement à disposition des personnes intéressées l’intégralité des mes travaux publics afin qu’ils puissent alimenter leur réflexion. Plus (...)

Blog de Paul Jorion

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Accueil - Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

Alternatives Economiques

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Bruegel | Home

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  • Chart of the Week: The Big Mac (index) and euro area adjustment

    28 July
    Following up on previous comments on the Big Mac index and euro area adjustment, the latest data-update suggests a slow-down in the price adjustment between euro area countries taking place since the beginning of the crisis. Source: The Economist. Note: the price for Portugal in July 2012 are (...)
  • India torpedoes the Bali Trade Facilitation deal

    28 July
    Citing concerns over food security, after a Cabinet meeting headed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week, India reportedly decided against signing onto the trade facilitation protocol that was agreed upon at the WTO’s the Ninth Ministerial Conference at Bali last December as a key (...)
  • Is the BRICS rise over?

    26 July
    On one level, this seems like a rather odd time to be asking such a question, especially when the BRICS political leaders have just agreed to set up a joint development bank to be headquartered in Shanghai. So the BRICS name is certainly here to stay, and in terms of global governance, their (...)
  • Fact of the week: Lithuania changes the ECB’s voting system

    25 July
    Lithuania will become the 19th member of the Euro area on the 1st of January, following Wednesday’s Council endorsement. The most important part of the story - however - is not that someone is still brave enough to join the Euro area, but that Lithuania's accession will trigger a change in the (...)
  • Asset-backed securities: The key to unlocking Europe's credit markets?

    24 July
    The European market for asset-backed securities (ABS) has all but closed for business since the start of the economic and financial crisis. ABS (see Box 1) were in fact the first financial assets hit at the onset of the crisis in 2008. The subprime mortgage meltdown caused a deterioration in (...)
  • China gingerly taking the capital account liberalisation path

    24 July
    Since China is the number one trading nation, the second largest economy and a large net creditor, the world has a huge stake in how China manages its tricky transition from a state of binding capital controls to one of closer integration with the global financial market and system. A natural (...)
  • The world is ready for a global economic governance reform, are world leaders?

    24 July
    Bottom line: A survey of G20 practitioners reveals how, notwithstanding the post-crisis loss of momentum, the G20 is still considered a useful forum of discussions. While changes to its composition and workings would be accepted (to varying degree), major revisions in global economic governance (...)
  • Juncker’s new start for Europe

    23 July
    Last week, President Elect Jean-Claude Juncker published his agenda for Europe. To inform the policy debate, we would like to highlight and summarize some of the key research Bruegel scholars have done over the last years covering the issues raised. Juncker has excluded some topics, but we (...)
  • Abenomics – stock-taking and lessons for the EU

    22 July
    Japan’s economy has experienced long-term stagnation for over 20 years. Since Autumn 2012, drastic economic policies known as ‘Abenomics’ have been enforced to break this pattern. Meanwhile inflation in the EU is an alarming indicator of a possible deflationary phase that could cripple economic (...)
  • Chart of the Week: 54% of EU jobs at risk of computerisation

    22 July
    Based on a European application of Frey & Osborne (2013)’s data on the probability of job automation across occupations, the proportion of the EU work force predicted to be impacted significantly by advances in technology over the coming decades ranges from the mid-40% range (similar to the (...)

Christian CHAVAGNEUX

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Economist’s forum

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  • Global economic recovery stuck below takeoff speed

    April 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, TIGER
    By Eswar Prasad and Karim Foda The global economic recovery remains stuck below takeoff speed, unable to achieve liftoff and facing the risk of stalling. Half-hearted fiscal austerity measures are proving to be a drag on growth and doing little to rebuild investor and consumer confidence. (...)
  • GDP-linked bonds: a solution for Cyprus

    April 2013, by Financial Times — Cyprus, Eurozone, Bonds, eurozone, GDP
    By Lenos Trigeorgis EU politicians have been locked in myopic and often self-defeating policies regarding bailout of troubled eurozone countries. They have insisted, in principle correctly, that troubled countries bring their finances to a sustainable path. But the austerity measures used are (...)
  • A new approach to corporate taxation

    March 2013, by Financial Times — US economy
    By Michael Pomerleano Paradigms accepted as self-evident truths occasionally need to be re-examined. Corporate taxation is one of them. While governments are looking more and more for fiscal resources to fill budget gaps under the auspices of “rationalizing” the corporate tax systems, this (...)
  • European Court’s Pringle judgment: good law, bad economics

    March 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, Eurozone, European crisis
    European court ruled that stability mechanism was not contrary to EU law. Image by Getty By Professor Simon Deakin Courts don’t often try to decide the direction of economic policy. However, in effect, this is what the European Court has recently done. In its Pringle judgment the court made a (...)
  • Don’t trade away financial stability in Trans-Pacific Partnership

    March 2013, by Financial Times — Economics
    By Kevin P. Gallagher Negotiators will meet in Singapore this week for yet another round of talks on a Trans-Pacific Partnership – it is the 16th time in just a few years. A TPP would bring together key Pacific-rim countries into a trading bloc that the US hopes would counter China’s growing (...)
  • Interest rates should take blame for recession

    March 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, Recession, Interest rates
    By Heleen Mees With anger directed towards bankers and rating agencies alike, this may be a good time to remember that low interest rates, rather than faulty mortgage products, are the root cause of the financial crisis and ensuing Great Recession. I once quipped that to understand the (...)
  • How could Africa use China to spur economic development?

    February 2013, by Financial Times — Development, Economics, Globalisation, Africa, China
    By Mthuli Ncube and Michael Fairbanks Which is more probable: Africa becomes a virtual international province of China, the main source of its sub-soil assets, and the major component of China’s strategy for its own domestic stability; or China becomes a way African nations upgrade their (...)
  • America’s higher education faces economic hurdles

    February 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, US economy, Higher Education
    By Catharine B. Hill The recession continues to create challenges for higher education in the US. Appropriate responses depend on expectations for the economy in the future, and whether the shocks we have experienced are short- or longer-term trends. Moody’s US Higher Education Outlook Negative (...)
  • Time for mutual funds to favour shareholders

    February 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, mutual funds
    By Dr Miles Livingston The legendary John Bogle, founder and former chief executive of The Vanguard Group, recently met with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to urge it to propose a rule that would require anyone providing retail investment advice to act as a fiduciary. Mr Bogle and (...)
  • Shares for rights – why entrepreneurial firms need employment law too

    February 2013, by Financial Times — Economics, UK economy
    By Professor Simon Deakin Under the government’s current proposals for employment law reform, employees will be able to give up rights concerning unfair dismissal, redundancy pay, flexible working and time off for training in return for receiving shares in the company that employs them, gains (...)

Factory Magazin

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  • Ein Amt für die Umwelt: Das UBA wird 40

    22 July
    Heute vor 40 Jahren war der Gründungstag des Umweltbundesamtes. Der Auftrag: Wissenschaftliche Expertise für den Umweltschutz. Heute erstreckt sich das Forschungsspektrum des UBA über die gesamte nachhaltige Entwicklung.
  • Zwischennutzungen sorgen für Qualität

    14 July
    Leerstand von Gebäuden gilt in vielen Städten als Zeichen von Niedergang. Statt kreativ damit umzugehen und alternative Nutzung zuzulassen, ist die Antwort oft eher Abriss und Verdrängung. Ein Difu-Seminar in Bremen will das Potenzial von Zwischennutzungen (...)
  • Dem Frust keine Chance

    23 June
    Die neue factory Sisyphos handelt von der Notwendigkeit des Handelns und der Unmöglichkeit des Scheiterns.
  • Das Vorbild für die Bankenwende wird 40

    13 June
    Die diesjährige Genossenschaftsversammlung der GLS Bank steht ganz im Zeichen des 40. Geburtstags der Bank, die mit ihren Krediten nicht nur einen Teil der Energiewende finanziert hat, sondern auch für eine Bankenwende im Sinne nachhaltigen Wirtschaftens (...)
  • Ein nachhaltig wirtschaftendes Europa wählen

    23 May
    Noch bis 25. Mai 2014 finden die Wahlen zum Europäischen Parlament statt. In Deutschland und in den meisten anderen Ländern wird am Sonntag gewählt. Im allgemeinen Europa-Verdruss plädiert Karl-Heinz Kenkel, Vorstand des Verbands future – verantwortung unternehmen in seinem Standpunkt für eine (...)
  • Ein nachhaltig wirtschaftendes Europa wählen

    23 May
    Noch bis 25. Mai 2014 finden die Wahlen zum Europäischen Parlament statt. In Deutschland und in den meisten anderen Ländern wird am Sonntag gewählt. Im allgemeinen Europa-Verdruss plädiert Karl-Heinz Kenkel, Vorstand des Verbands future – verantwortung unternehmen in seinem Standpunkt für eine (...)
  • Frackquakes – oder: Es wackelt in Oklahoma.

    16 May
    Oklahoma ist nach dem Aussetzen des Clean-Water-Act ein Eldorado für die Öl- und Gasgewinnung durch Fracking geworden. Doch mit der Häufung von Erdbeben hat niemand gerechnet. Ein Kommentar von Klaus Dosch, der als Geologe Verbindungen (...)
  • Frackquakes – oder: Es wackelt in Oklahoma.

    16 May
    Oklahoma ist nach dem Aussetzen des Clean-Water-Act ein Eldorado für die Öl- und Gasgewinnung durch Fracking geworden. Doch mit der Häufung von Erdbeben hat niemand gerechnet. Ein Kommentar von Klaus Dosch, der als Geologe Verbindungen (...)
  • "Wachstum"-Ausgabe nun übersetzt

    9 May
    Im September 2013 startete die factory ein Angebot in englischer Sprache. Nun ist die Ausgabe Wachstum übersetzt worden und steht auf der Website von factory zur Verfügung.
  • "Wachstum"-Ausgabe nun übersetzt

    9 May
    Im September 2013 startete die factory ein Angebot in englischer Sprache. Nun ist die Ausgabe Wachstum übersetzt worden und steht auf der Website von factory zur Verfügung.

Gilles RAVEAUD

Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales (Iddri)

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  • Publication - "Towards an international regulation of offshore oil exploitation" - Report of the experts workshop held at the Paris Oceanographic Institute on 30 March 2012

    July 2012
    Cet article propose un compte rendu de l'atelier "Towards an international regulation of offshore oil exploitation" organisé le 30 mars 2012 par l'Iddri, à l'Institut océanographique de Paris. Cet évènement a réuni une vingtaine d'experts qui se sont attachés à identifier les marges de manœuvre (...)
  • Dans les médias - Gaz, électricité : le coup de massue

    July 2012
    Une intervention de François Gemenne dans le cadre de l'émission « C dans l'air » diffusée par France 5. Présentation : « En vue de la conférence environnementale, le gouvernement a commandé deux rapports sur les filières photovoltaïque et éolienne. Et alors que la ministre de l'Ecologie (...)
  • Agenda - Lutte contre la biopiraterie : cadre juridique (Bruxelles (Belgique))

    July 2012
    Une intervention de Claudio Chiarolla dans le cadre de la conférence "Financing and biopiracy: the challenges of the next UN biodiversity summit (COP11, India)" organisée par le groupe parlementaire européen Les Verts/Alliance Libre européenne. Présentation : « En 2010, la COP10 sur la biodiversité à (...)
  • Agenda - Risk after Fukushima (Paris)

    July 2012
    September 17th (2:00 - 6:30 pm) and 18th (9:30 am - 6:15 pm) - Ceri, Conference Room - 56, rue Jacob 75006 Paris An International Conference organised by the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI – Sciences Po), in the framework of the DEVAST and Sustainable (...)
  • Publication - Politiques contre nature ? Vers une réforme des subventions néfastes pour la biodiversité

    July 2012
    Présentation : Cette synthèse rédigée par Romain Pirard constitue un compte rendu des interventions lors de la conférence internationale « Politiques contre nature ? Vers une réforme des subventions néfastes pour la biodiversité » organisée par la Fondation d'entreprise Hermès et l'Iddr au Théâtre de la (...)
  • Dans les médias - « Biodiversité : la longue route de Nagoya »

    July 2012
    Une citation de Claudio Chiarolla dans cet article publié sur le site Internet novethic.fr et consacré aux difficultés de ratification du protocole de Nagoya sur les ressources génétiques naturelles, signé par 92 pays en octobre 2010 mais ratifié par 5 pays seulement en 2012. L'entrée en vigueur du (...)
  • Agenda - Mobilité urbaine et technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC)

    July 2012
    Une session du séminaire développement durable et économie de l'environnement de 12h30 à 14h30 - salle de conférences du Ceri - 56, rue Jacob - 75006 Paris Présentation Les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) promettent l'intelligence de la ville, la smart city, avec (...)
  • Agenda - "5th annual Sino-French seminar" (Montpellier)

    July 2012
    Une intervention de Raphaël Billé à l'occasion du 5e congrès annuel franco-chinois de Montpellier (5th annual Sino-French seminar Montpellier), dont l'Iddri est partenaire. Cette édition s'intéressera aux principaux enjeux environnementaux des écosystèmes des zones côtières ("Key environmental issues (...)
  • Agenda - Fukushima, récit d’une catastrophe

    July 2012
    Une session du séminaire Développement durable et économie de l'environnement 12h30 - 14h30, à Reid Hall - Grande salle, 4 rue de Chevreuse 75006 Paris Présentation : Les événements du 11 mars 2011 ont profondément transformé le Japon, et déclenché une chaîne d'impacts qui ne s'est pas encore arrêtée (...)
  • Agenda - « Quelle relance écologique pour l'économie européenne ? » (Paris)

    July 2012
    Université annuelle du WWF France - les 27 & 28 septembre à Paris (Maison de la chimie) - un événement en partenariat avec l'Iddri, Notre Europe, Entrepreneurs d'avenir, et La Maison de l'Europe. Présentation : « Personne ne peut ignorer les difficultés économiques et budgétaires que les États (...)

La Vie des idées

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  • Spicilège estival

    29 July — Revue
    La Vie des Idées est en vacances. Nous reprendrons notre rythme de publication à partir du 25 août. En attendant, voici une sélection de textes et d'entretiens parus depuis septembre 2013. - Revue
  • Les tumultes du vingtième siècle

    28 July — Essais & débats, , ,
    Antoine Compagnon évoque deux projets récents qui éclairent l'histoire intellectuelle du XXe siècle. Les controverses sur l'institutionnalisation de la sociologie ou de l'anthropologie illustrent l'évolution des disciplines en France ; une anthologie littéraire place la littérature de la Grande (...)
  • Le « Platon noir »

    25 July — Essais & débats, , ,
    Né en 1901 sur l'île de Trinidad, Cyril Lionel Robert James est une figure majeure de l'histoire intellectuelle et politique du XXe siècle. Au-delà de son livre Les Jacobins noirs, il est l'auteur d'une œuvre foisonnante qui nourrit les pensées critiques contemporaines, tout particulièrement les (...)
  • Une histoire visuelle de l'émancipation féminine

    23 July — Livres & études, , , ,
    Médecin, journaliste, avocate, mais aussi cochère ou factrice, la femme qui endosse un « métier d'homme » suscite à la Belle Époque l'incrédulité, l'hilarité, et plus généralement l'hostilité. Des réactions dont les cartes postales — média dont l'expansion correspond à celui du premier féminisme — offrent (...)
  • La démocratie littéraire de Jacques Rancière

    21 July — Livres & études, , ,
    La littérature moderne a mis fin au partage entre l'héroïque et le commun. Des écrivains comme Flaubert ou Conrad ont refusé d'accorder un privilège à des formes de vie jugées supérieures. Ils ont ainsi donné naissance, nous dit J. Rancière, à une forme spécifique d'égalité, celle des phrases. - Livres & (...)
  • La judéité contre la violence d'État

    18 July — Livres & études, , ,
    Abordant en philosophe antisioniste le conflit israélo-palestinien, Judith Butler mobilise la tradition philosophique juive pour penser la cohabitation et les conditions de la non-violence. Ce tour de force laisse cependant de côté les dispositifs politiques nécessaires à leur institution. - Livres (...)
  • L'historien dans la mêlée

    16 July — Livres & études, , ,
    Les débats sur les lois mémorielles ne divisent pas seulement les acteurs politiques et la société civile, mais aussi les historiens entre eux. La loi peut-elle dire l'histoire ? Pour Marc Olivier Baruch, s'indigner contre une telle possibilité relève d'une méconnaissance des liens, anciens et (...)
  • Géopolitique de la traduction

    14 July — Essais & débats, , , ,
    Alors que les marchés éditoriaux s'internationalisent, la sociologie s'intéresse à la traduction des sciences humaines et sociales. Gisèle Sapiro montre les effets du croisement entre les champs académiques et éditoriaux sur les pratiques de traduction. - Essais & débats / traduction, livre, édition, (...)
  • René Dumont : les quarante ans d'une Utopie

    11 July — Essais & débats, ,
    « Avons-nous le droit de jouer sur des paris l'avenir de l'humanité ? » Quarante après la première candidature écologiste à la présidentielle, et la parution de son livre-programme, les intuitions et avertissements de René Dumont sont toujours d'actualité. - Essais & débats / écologie, (...)
  • Les vrais hommes et les autres

    10 July — Livres & études, , ,
    Qu'est-ce la masculinité ? Dans un ouvrage fondateur aujourd'hui traduit en français, la sociologue australienne Raewyn Connell montre que les masculinités sont plurielles. Elles prennent sens les unes par rapport aux autres, et leur définition est un enjeu de lutte entre hommes. - Livres & études (...)

Laboratoire d’économie de la firme et des institutions

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Les amis de Veblen

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  • Le site de l'Association des amis de Thorstein Veblen : présentation

    May 2012, by bj.drevon@wanadoo.fr (Bernard Drevon) — frontpage
    Le site des Amis de Thorstein Veblen met tout d'abord à la disposition des lecteurs un ensemble de documents sur T. Veblen issus des travaux des membres de cette association. Vous y trouverez notamment dans la rubrique Documents la thèse de notre collègue Olivier Brette - lauréat du Veblen 150 (...)
  • Evènements

    January 2012, by rochegerard@wanadoo.fr (Roche Gérard)
    Parution : La force du social : enquête philosophique sur la sociologie des pratiques de Pierre Bourdieu de Claude Gautier Un essai qui présente les principes de l’analyse théorique et sociologique du monde social selon Pierre Bourdieu. Claude Gautier est Professeur en philosophie à l’Université (...)
  • Evènements:

    January 2012, by rochegerard@wanadoo.fr (Roche Gérard) — frontpage
    Juin Nouveau et important : La conférence de Denis Collin sur l'actualité de la Théorie critique organisée par Les amis de T. Veblen le 27 février 2014 (Université Lyon III) est désormais disponible en enregistrement audio sur Dailymotion en deux parties (...)
  • Procès verbal de l’Assemblée générale de l’Association Les amis de Thorstein Veblen: 18 février 2011

    December 2011, by contact@sphilip.com (Sylvain Philip) — frontpage
    L’association a tenu son Assemblée générale le vendredi 18 février 2011 à partir de 18 h 30 dans les locaux de l’École Normale Supérieure de Lyon – 1, parvis René Descartes 69007 Lyon (bâtiment des lettres salle E 253).

New Deal 2.0

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New Economic Perspectives from Kansas City and Beyond

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  • New Look and Big Things to Come

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    Later today -- thanks to the efforts of Mitch Green -- New Economic Perspectives will have a fresh new look with features and extras that we hope will make this an even more exciting place to visit. It isn't easy. We don't allow advertising on the NEP site, and we have no operating budget. We (...)
  • Is Greece's Rescue at Hand?

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    Marshall Auerback's latest assessment of the ongoing Greek crisis. Watch here.
  • BLOG #39 DISAGREEMENTS AMONG REASONABLE PEOPLE: RESPONSE TO MMT FOR AUSTRIANS #3

    March 2012, by Mitch Green
    By L. Randall Wray This week we continued our (unplanned) extension ofcommentary on Austrian economics. The post was featured on the home page of NEPas well as on the MMP. A large number of comments were provided, although fewquestions or comments that really needed response. There is no doubt (...)
  • The Job Guarantee is Not Workfare

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    By Pavlina R. Tcherneva For a couple of years Ralph Musgrave has been arguing that the Job Guarantee provides jobs that are essentially the same as those in the private sector with the same kinds of inflationary effects. For this reason, he has been treating the JG a simple job subsidy with a (...)
  • MMT FOR AUSTRIANS 3: How Do YOU Propose We Deal with the Elderly, Disabled and their Depts?

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    By L. Randall Wray John Carney agrees with me that supporting our elderly is not an “affordability” problem,but he claims that I fail to see the “real” burden—the dependency ratios andall that. Actually I’ve been writing about that since the early 1990s. The“real” burden is the only thing that (...)
  • Will Dodd-Frank Be Effective?

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    There is an interesting discussion over at The Great Debate concerning the efficacy of Dodd-Frank featuring our own William K. Black. Check it out!
  • Will Dodd-Frank Be Effective?

    March 2012, by Economic Perspectives from Kansas City
    There is an interesting discussion over at The Great Debate concerning the efficacy of Dodd-Frank featuring our own William K. Black. Check it out!
  • Blog 39: MMT for Austrians: Disagreements Among Reasonable People

    March 2012, by Mitch Green
    By L. Randall Wray *Corrected Version. John Carney has pointed out that two passages I attributed to him came out of his blogs but were instances where he was quoting JKH. I had worked from a text file rather than from his blog, and one long indented quote lost the indent. I apologize. I have (...)
  • Blog 39: MMT for Austrians: Disagreements Among Reasonable People

    March 2012, by Mitch Green
    By L. Randall Wray *Corrected Version. John Carney has pointed out that two passages I attributed to him came out of his blogs but were instances where he was quoting JKH. I had worked from a text file rather than from his blog, and one long indented quote lost the indent. I apologize. I have (...)
  • MMT FOR AUSTRIANS PART TWO: Disagreements Among Reasonable People

    March 2012, by Mitch Green
    By L. Randall Wray *Corrected Version. John Carney has pointed out that two passages I attributed to him came out of his blogs but were instances where he was quoting JKH. I had worked from a text file rather than from his blog, and one long indented quote lost the indent. I apologize. I have (...)

Roosevelt Institute

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  • Rob Atkinson: After the End of the Innovation Era

    29 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's (...)
  • Two Tiers of College Tuition? Not on This Campus

    28 July, by admin
    A two-tiered pricing system would create dramatic inequality of access to a college education. A college education is believed to help those that sacrifice and pursue their education achieve a better life. However, the graduating class of 2014 is the most indebted class in history. Students (...)
  • Dorian Warren: Inequality Could Spark a Second Civil War

    28 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's (...)
  • Mike Mathieu: Big Data is Watching You

    25 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's (...)
  • White House Summit Speakers: Look Beyond Congress for Action on Working Families

    24 July, by admin
    The White House Summit on Working Families showed paths to creating change that work around a gridlocked Congress. On Monday, June 23, Roosevelt Institute Fellows and Campus Network members attended the White House Summit on Working Families in Washington, DC. The Summit, which was the (...)
  • Andy Stern: The Future Economy Will Pit Man vs. Machine

    24 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's (...)
  • Carl Camden: Full-Time Employment May Give Way to a Free Agent Economy

    23 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's (...)
  • Althea Erickson: What if the Etsy Economy Prevails?

    22 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. Their goal: (...)
  • Lifelong Roosevelt Connections Help Students Lead Policy Change

    22 July, by admin
    The Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network model of students creating policy change has impact beyond the college years. In 2004, when college students first started organizing under the Roosevelt name, I was still in elementary school. While they were busy working on national healthcare reform, (...)
  • David Autor: Why Technological Innovation Could Increase Inequality

    21 July, by admin
    The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. Their goal: (...)

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