BuzzFlash, May 22, 2018
Truthout, May 21, 2018
NACLA, May 17, 2018
ALAI, April 25, 2018
May 9, 2018, Eileen Appelbaum
April 20, 2018, Dean Baker
March 22, 2018, Jessica Schieder and Dean Baker
March 20, 2018, Mark Weisbrot
The Monocle Daily, May 21, 2018
The Independent, May 21, 2018
Financial Times, May 21, 2018
The Atlantic, May 17, 2018
The Guardian, May 09, 2018
Blog postings by CEPR staff and updates on the latest briefings and activities at the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
- Auto Insurance Costs Fell in April, But Still Exceed Health Care As Contributor To Inflation
- Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.9 Percent, but Wage Growth Remains Weak
- Income Inequality Worse than Reported, New Analysis Shows
- NYers: 3 Ways You Can Fight Federal Tax Penalties
Beat the Press is Dean Baker's commentary on economic reporting. Dean Baker is senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR).
- Washington Post Mistakenly Tells Readers There are Shortages of Workers
- The Fed Has to Distinguish Between Leaning Against Bubbles and Leaning Against Rising Housing Prices
- Oh No! We're Running Out of People
Mark Weisbrot’s blog on economic and political trends in a multi-polar world.
- Venezuela Needs Honest Mediation, Not OAS Intervention
- A Prime Minister Appeals to His Colleagues in the OAS; It’s “Off-Message” for the Media
- Curb Your Enthusiasm: Macron is Just the Beginning of a New Fight for France and Europe
- Venezuela and Selective Targeting
Relief and Reconstruction Watch is a blog that tracks multinational aid efforts in Haiti with an eye towards ensuring they are oriented towards the needs of the Haitian people.
- Meet the New Haitian Military ― it’s Starting to Look a Lot Like the Old One
- Haitian Government on the Defensive Following UN Welcoming of Corruption Investigation
- Where Does the Money Go? Eight Years of USAID Funding in Haiti
Social, political and economic analysis of the Western Hemisphere.
- Study: Argentina's Boom Was Little Influenced by Commodity Prices
- Social Security Protests in Nicaragua? Hold on a Second…
- Puerto Rico’s Power Utility Is Broken, but Privatization Won’t Necessarily Fix It
CEPR's analysis of government economic data releases (CPI, Jobs, GDP, etc.).
Graphic representations of data by CEPR researchers on important economic issues.
Compare home ownership vs. rental costs and convert federal budget numbers into per capita or percentage totals.