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In a move that fits with the party’s over-the-top combativeness of recent years, GOP leaders have signaled plans for a debt-limit showdown with President Biden. This would be a mistake, says @AEI's James Capretta, via @BulwarkOnline 👇thebulwark.com/republicans-ir…J
In the midst of a turbulent economy, it's more difficult than ever to find reliable economic research and commentary. The Ledger is a weekly roundup of the work of @AEI's economics scholars, delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe here ⬇️ aei.org/the-ledger/
Trump didn’t deliver for workers. Instead, his economic policy was faux populism, offering anger & grievance to the working class. It's time for the GOP to dump this serial loser. It's time for a growth & participation agenda. My @ProSyn column. project-syndicate.org/commentary/rep…
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Friends, I love my latest academic paper—and you can, too! “Understanding ‘Wage Theft’: Evasion and avoidance responses to minimum wage increases,” with @jeffreypclemens. Paper here (no paywall): sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
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.@MichaelRStrain of @AEI urges the @GOP to draw the right conclusions from its lackluster performance in the US midterm elections. bit.ly/3TsVhWn
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Trump didn’t deliver for workers. Instead, his economic policy was faux populism, offering only anger and grievance to the working class. It's time for the GOP to dump this serial loser. It's time for a growth & participation agenda. My @ProSyn column. project-syndicate.org/commentary/rep…
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Trump didn’t deliver for workers. Instead, his economic policy was faux populism, offering anger and grievance to the working class. It's time for the GOP to dump this serial loser. It's time for a growth & participation agenda. My @ProSyn column. project-syndicate.org/commentary/rep…
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The absence of a Republican “red wave” in the midterm elections may be the moment when the party finally realizes that Donald Trump is an electoral liability. @MichaelRStrain analyzes the impact of the midterms via @ProSyn project-syndicate.org/commentary/rep…
Enough with building walls. Enough with nostalgia. Conservatives should embrace growth, not downplay it. They should encourage participation, not indulge victimization. Conservatives should be optimistic about the future, not fearful. My @ProSyn column. prosyn.org/IOSEf8b
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Trump’s brand of economic policy is faux populism, offering empty promises to the working class, as if anger and grievance could substitute for higher wages and better opportunities. It won't work anymore, says @MichaelRStrain of @AEI. bit.ly/3DZqf2K
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How does Social Security shape people’s decision to work? @AEI's @SitaSlavov commented on the Republican approach to Social Security, for @PolitiFact⬇️ politifact.com/article/2022/o…
This week’s strong jobs report numbers heighten the chances that the US will suffer a nasty recession next year, says @AEI's Desmond Lachman. He explains, via @19_forty_five👇19fortyfive.com/2022/11/is-the…H
1973 was a pivotal year for America — and also for the world, given America’s critical role in pushing forward the frontier of human economic progress. @JimPethokoukis explains the factors behind the end of America's postwar economic Golden Age �fasterplease.substack.com/p/how-fear-of-…2
Eliminating (or raising) the Social Security Tax would be a poor policy choice, says @AEI's Mark Warshawsky. There are more reasonable and fair ways to get a solvent Social Security program without raising payroll taxes. Via @InsideSourcesDC dcjournal.com/counterpoint-n…
How could the election results shape economic policy? @AEI's Desmond Lachman joined @Marketplace Morning Report to discuss how a divided Congress may inhibit the Biden administration's ability to avoid a recession. Listen here 👇marketplace.org/2022/11/10/how…A
How well do firms comply with minimum wage increases? @MichaelRStrain and @jeffreypclemens find that firms and workers comply with modest, forecastable increases far more than minimum wage increases enacted through new legislation. Read more: sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
What Is (or Isn’t) the Problem with PBMs? @ben_ippolito highlights a few key facts about PBMs to help contextualize ongoing policy efforts. aei.org/articles/what-…
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As markets plummet, so do the retirement savings of many Americans. In order to help retirees, Congress can and should temporarily suspend required minimum distributions, says @AEI's Mark Warshawsky. Via @thehill⤵️ thehill.com/opinion/financ…
Pharmacy Benefit Managers, which serve as intermediaries between drug companies and insurers, are at the center of many policy debates. @AEI's @ben_ippolito highlights some key facts about PBMs to help contextualize ongoing policy discussions. aei.org/articles/what-…
Steve Kamin (former top Fed intl staffer) has a nice piece explaining why the panic over the strong dollar is overstated. Is one of many challenges for the global economy but not nearly the biggest. And less big than you might think. A short🧵summary. aei.org/research-produ…g
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