Egalitarian-minded economics are pushing for a ‘GDP 2.0’ — and getting some lawmaker help.
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CEO-worker pay gaps are the clearest proof that corporations like Mattel and many others don’t respect their employees.
Policies that aren’t rooted in Indigenous communities can cause many of the same oppressive outcomes as extraction.
While Trump’s potential impeachment dominates news feeds, let’s not lose sight of the deep policy changes needed to make this country work for all of us.
Three new sets of stats help us understand why America’s 400 richest have never been richer.
Again and again, studies show that the richer wealthy Americans become, the shorter the rest of us live.
The NCAA brings in more than a billion dollars in revenue annually. Meanwhile, college athletes struggle to make ends meet. California wants to change that.
We only build and sustain more equal societies when we confront the economic dynamics that generate inequality in the first place.
Census data asserts US poverty has fallen to 11.8 percent, or 38.1 million Americans. Yet, 40 percent of all Americans can’t afford a $400 emergency.
Sentiment is building to tax excessive CEO pay at public companies
Polluters lost the fight on climate science, so they’re spending money on something else: false solutions.
A decade after bonus-chasing executives crashed the economy, we need tax incentives to push companies to narrow the CEO worker pay gap.
At the 50 publicly traded companies with the widest CEO-worker pay gaps, an average worker needs to work 1,000 years to earn the CEO’s annual salary.