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1 Productivity in the US is soaring, but wages aren't keeping up
2 Which benefits will disappear if no stimulus bill is passed?
3 The 10 People Most Likely to Influence the Economic Policy of a President Biden
4 What Biden could do for economic stimulus if another bill doesn't pass
5 Economic Stewardship in Times of Crisis
6 Florida voters swing right to favor Trump, left to favor wage hike
7 College students say raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour would be a game changer
8 Economic Demands Test Biden Even Before Inauguration
9 ‘Job Gains Have Slowed Considerably,’ Says Economic Policy Institute Economist
10 Why Study International Economic Policy?
11 Congress Must Urgently Provide $3 Trillion of Fiscal Relief to Stop the Economic Bleeding and Build a Strong Recovery
12 Biden’s China Policy? A Balancing Act for a Toxic Relationship
13 Americans relying on coronavirus relief funds face tough choices
14 Biden inherits a battered economy with 10 million still unemployed
15 Michigan ranked 31st in economic freedom index | State |
16 A Biden Administration Could Do a Lot for Workers
17 Who Will Get Remaining Biden Top Economic Jobs?
18 ‘Better Late Than Never’ Applies to Retirement Investing, Too
19 It's Time America Abolished Poverty
20 Western News
21 Entertainer Wyclef Jean joins effort to promote Black-owned businesses on Black Friday
22 Sponsorship Opportunities for Insights 2021
23 Hazard Pay Was Just a Brand Exercise
24 Florida, a Trump stronghold, also voted to increase minimum wage
25 Janet Yellen is poised to become Treasury secretary in a Biden cabinet — how that affects cash-strapped American families
26 Free Trade Is Killing American Manufacturing
27 Biden-voting counties equal 70% of America’s economy. What does this mean for the nation’s political-economic divide?
28 Unemployment Benefits Set to Expire for 18 000 Nebraskans
29 How Student Debt Worsens Racial Inequality
30 Imminent collapse of Erdogan’s economic policy
31 Trailblazing economist and presidential adviser Edward Lazear dies at 72 | Stanford News
32 Gardner Institute releases first-of-a-kind analysis of Utah's economic regions
33 Absent new stimulus, wealthy pay off credit cards, while others dive deeper into debt
34 If Congress doesn’t act, 12 million Americans could lose unemployment aid after Christmas
35 State lawmakers face 'incredibly difficult budget year' | Covid19 |
36 'A perfect storm' as several coronavirus relief programs set to expire next month
37 A primer on Joe Biden’s fiscal and economic policies
38 'It's a big, scary mess': 12 million Americans to lose jobless aid after Christmas if Congress fails to act
39 12 million Americans will soon lose unemployment benefits—can they expect a stimulus?
40 Biden economic recovery faces tradeoff between speed and oversight
41 Biden's Treasury pick will have lengthy to-do list on taxes | TheHill
42 MultiBrief: New Economic Policy Institute report looks at the effects of COVID-19 on Latinx workers
43 What Organized Labor Wants From Biden
44 In a Divided Washington, Biden Could Still Exert Economic Power
45 San Francisco voters pass 'Overpaid Executive Tax'
46 Jobless aid, other COVID-19 relief set to disappear
47 Biden’s Policy Agenda Rests Heavily on Senate Outcome
48 Women workers may not be faring as well as you’d think
49 Northern Policy Institute Welcomes New Board Members & Releases Annual Report
50 The Rich Are Cheering Wall Street's Latest Records. Americans of Modest Means Are Draining 401(k)s.
51 Guest editorial: Build unity by finding common ground to address problems
52 Another Biden Cabinet Job to Worry About—U.S. Trade Rep
53 HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Biden Grows Health Team; Works with HHS
54 Wearable devices are increasingly central to a safe return to the classroom
55 Uber and Lyft used sneaky tactics to avoid making drivers employees in California, voters say. Now, they’re going national.
56 Letter: Pandemic makes clear true value of teachers
57 Economic impacts of Covid-19 will linger in the DC region for years to come
58 Pandemic Has Hit Immigrants, People of Color Hardest, Report Finds
59 Black Shop Friday Hopes To Bring In People To Shop Local Black Owned Businesses; ‘It’s All About Providing A Good Product’
60 Becoming Labor Secretary Might Not Be the Best Way for Bernie to Aid Workers
61 Nathalie Tocci Is In The Spotlight Again, But Does Josep Borrell Also Have A Clash Of Interest With The EU?
62 The economic ramifications of COVID-19
63 African-Americans suffer as public-sector jobs are cut
64 COVID Thanksgiving: Jobs crisis brings unhappy Turkey Day for millions
65 Second stimulus check: could it arrive before 2021?
66 New Hampshire ranked most ‘economically free’ state in nation in new report
67 It's time for COVID-19 disaster relief ... for mothers | TheHill
68 Illinois Proposal to Increase Taxes on High Earners Fails
69 Statewide mask mandates help shoppers feel safe and spend more, Utah study shows
70 Biden mischaracterizes teacher layoffs from pandemic
71 'Go Big, and Stay Big': Economists Call for $3 Trillion Covid Relief Package to Stop Nation's Descent Into Ruin
72 Factbox: The Biden Cabinet
73 Operating costs changes focus of latest HPI economic poll
74 In block after block of city neighborhoods in Erie, there's not a bank to be found
75 Manjoo: Even in a pandemic, the billionaires are winning
76 Short-time compensation programs in the US and other countries
77 Retirement Savings by Race
78 Stock Market Soars and Billionaire Wealth Swells by $1 Trillion as Food Lines Stretch 'As Far As the Eye Can See'
79 Who’s in Labor?
80 Trump crows about the stock market
81 Feds: Mississippi Fish Farm accused of violating labor laws, will have to pay thousands in back pay
82 Operation Food Search expands study of food for health benefits
83 Fact check: Trump's policies for Black Americans
84 Biden to name Yellen to Treasury to lead U.S. from sharp economic downturn
85 The Women Who Could Lead Biden's Economic Recovery
86 China's new digital front has caught the world napping
87 22 million jobless, Senate Republicans go home for Thanksgiving without passing aid
88 Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian's Regular Press Conference on November 27, 2020
89 Report: "50 reasons the Trump administration is bad for workers"
90 The Coronavirus Saved My Life
91 Northern Policy Institute board of directors adds some new faces
92 Illinois Economic Policy Institute declares economic reopening plan worked in Illinois
93 From extended jobless benefits to student loan reprieve, COVID-19 relief set to fade at year's end
94 What's the latest on a second $1,200 stimulus check?
95 Pension reform key to protecting Illinois services, taxpayers after 'fair tax' rejection
96 Natural gas firms claim they fight for racial justice
97 Spotlight on Melanie Dixon, new president of American River College
98 Centering Racial Equity in a New Administration
99 Butte moving closer to 'permanent housing' for homeless
100 Average CEO pay increased 14% in 2019 to $21.3 million – and could rise again in 2020 despite the pandemic