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Reports

Rental Housing and Homelessness in the 2020 Election: Positions of Presidential Candidates

November 2019, Andrea M. Beaty and Shawn Fremstad

What Happened in Bolivia’s 2019 Vote Count?

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

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CEPR Briefing Series

CEPR Work & Family Briefings

Audio files and PowerPoint presentations of five Congressional briefings on work/life issues

Economics Seminar Series

Audio and video files of ten CEPR lectures on economic issues

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economic science fictions

Economic Science Fictions

Chapter by Ha-Joon Chang
MIT Press (2018)

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Reflections on the Future of the Left (Building Progressive Alternatives)

Chapter by Dean Baker
Agenda Publishing (2017)

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Making Work More Equal: A New Labour Market Segmentation approach

Chapter by Eileen Appelbaum
Manchester University Press (2017)

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The WikiLeaks Files: The World According to US Empire

With two chapters by Dan Beeton, Jake Johnston and Alexander Main
Verso Books (2015)

 Financialization, New Investment Funds, and Labour An International Comparison

Financialization, New Investment Funds, and Labour: An International Comparison

Edited by Howard Gospel, Andrew Pendleton, and Sigurt Vitols
Oxford University Press (2014)

Economics: The User’s Guide

Economics: The User’'s Guide

by Ha-Joon Chang
Bloomsbury Press (2014)

En Español 

Reclaiming Development

Reclaiming Development: An Alternative Economic Policy Manual

by Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel
Zed Books (2014)

Private Equity at Work

Private Equity at Work: When Wall Street Manages Main Street

by Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt
Russell Sage Foundation (2014)

Getting Back to Full Employment

Getting Back to Full Employment:
A Better Bargain for Working People

by Jared Bernstein and Dean Baker
Center for Economic & Policy Research (2013)