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What Happened in Bolivia’s 2019 Vote Count?

November 2019, Guillaume Long, David Rosnick, Cavan Kharrazian, and Kevin Cashman

Bolivia’s Economic Transformation: Macroeconomic Policies, Institutional Changes and Results

October 2019, Andrés Arauz, Mark Weisbrot, Andrew Bunker and Jake Johnston

The Productivity to Paycheck Gap: 2019 Update

September 2019, Dean Baker

Private Equity Tries to Protect Another Profit Center

September 2019, Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt


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