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Economic policy ignores women, and it goes back to basic theories developed by men


How did unfettered business become a bipartisan issue? Professor Luigi Zingales explains why Democrats and Republicans are both pro-business parties, at the expense of everyone else.


Requiring corporations to follow 'progressive labour standards' by providing higher wages and better benefits can help even the playing field for small businesses and workers



In favour of the wealth tax: The tax code doesn't fully comprehend how the wealthiest Americans make their money, and it's hurting everyone else


The Green New Deal is the perfect retort to trickle-down fear-mongers: Finally, progressives have the game-changing argument that can swing a majority of Americans toward a better future


Our relationship with trade is badly broken. Can we fix it?



Economics is not a science; it’s a story: what the wealth tax debate tells us about the bias of economists


Why a wealthy venture capitalist thinks it's crucial Americans realise trickle-down economics is 'a straight up lie'


According to wealthy investor Nick Hanauer, the wrong approach to capitalism has been weakening the American Dream for the past 40 years