CEPR in the News (Archive)
Associated Press: $1.2 Billion in Debts Canceled to Help Haiti
Reuters: Honduras Coup Holds Few Risks for Latin Leftists
Mother Jones: Congress's $1.2 Million a Day Drug Habit—and Pharma's Phony "Gift" to Health Care Reform
City Limits (NY): Ecuadorians in NYC Mull a Migration Home
Markets Media Online: The Dividend Difference
Al-Jazeera: World Leaders Condemn Honduran Coup
Russia Today: “Zelaya May Be Returned Soon”
BBC World: Interview With Mark Weisbrot on the Coup in Honduras
Huffington Post: Pecora Whirling
KVBC (NBC, Las Vegas): What the Unemployment Rate Doesn't Tell Us
Reuters: New Fed Powers Not Matched with Accountability
The Hill: Employee Free Choice Act: A Second Stimulus
Associated Press: Meltdown 101: Where do Home Prices Really Stand?
The Progressive: At Press Conference, Obama Retreats on Health Care, Economy
Capital Times (WI): Tammy Baldwin vs. the Political Lockstep
Xinhua: What is Driving Oil and Gas Prices?
Inter Press Service: World Bank, IMF Heads Skip Summit on Global Crisis
Huffington Post: 238 Members of Congress Disagree with Obama: The Fed Needs More Accountability
Sacramento Bee (CA): Bailed-Out Bank's Deals Raise Concerns
Associated Press: More Transparency Needed from Fed
Watertown Daily Times (NY): Federal Dependents
Politico: Arena: Is the Fed Getting Too Much Power?
MSNBC: Financial Reform Still in the Early Innings
Reuters: Swine Flu Outbreak at Miami Immigration Center to be Discussed on AFGE Radio Show
Miami Herald: Obama Rolls Out Sweeping Financial Regulation Package
Politico: Arena: What Obstacles Await Obama on Health Care?
Forbes: Congress' Chance To Change The IMF
CNBC: Financial Reform Stirs Debate: How Much Power to Give Fed?
The Guardian: Obama Launches Overhaul of US Financial Regulation
The Hill: Financial Overhaul Plan Draws Many Critics
The Hill: Norquist, GOP Pin Hopes on Spending
Flashpoints (KPFA FM): The U.S. Congress Passes a $106 Billion War Spending Bill
Free Speech Radio News: IMF Obligations Get in the Way of US War Spending Bill
Reuters: Obama Officials Lobby Lawmakers to Approve IMF Money
NJBIZ: Bill to Allow Mandatory Paid Time Off Faces Opposition from Business
Your Money (CNN): Who Picks Up America's Spending Tab?
Politico: Arena Digest: Exec Pay Reforms: Useful or Useless?
Dissident Voice: Will There be Zimbabwe-Type Hyperinflation in the USA?
Workforce Management: SHRM, Democrats Tangle Over Paid-Sick-Days Bill
The Motley Fool: The Most Dangerous Way to Invest Today
Huffington Post: The IMF Accountability Moment
Las Vegas Review: Home Sales Up, Prices Down
CSPAN: Morning Hour, House Proceeding
The Hill: Frank Defends Intervention to Save GM Facility in his District
Radio Free Europe: China, Russia Line Up To Buy IMF's First Bonds
CNBC: Four More for Ben?
Wall Street Journal: Obama's Speeches Setting a High Bar for Results
Huffington Post: Simon Johnson: Via IMF, Our Tax Money Will Bail Out Eurobanks
The Hill: Bad Jobs Data Spur Obama on Stimulus
St. Petersburg Times: Sick Times Means a Healthier Economy
Deutsche Presse Agentur: Boosting US Funds for IMF Proves a Hard Sell for Obama
USA Today: Mortgage Crisis Robbing Seniors of Golden Years
Fox Business: Congress Reaction to Job Numbers
UPI: AARP Says Recession Hitting Retirees Hard
Realtor Magazine: Housing Crisis Tarnishes Golden Years
Greenwich Time: Rep's Case Against Sick Leave is Superficial
USA Today: Benefit Spending Soars to New Highs
USA Today: Former Treasury Secretary Summers Adapts His Style
Charlotte Observer: Don't Take Educational Opportunity Away in N.C.
Campus Progress: Righting Past Wrongs
New Zealand Herald: 100,000 Jobs May Go as GM Falls
The Observer (UK): President's GM Aid Plan Under Fire
San Diego Union-Tribune: Foreclosures Increasing for Prime Loans
MarketWatch: Ill and on the Job
Christian Science Monitor: Why the IMF Should Lighten Up on the World’s Poorest Nations
Inter Press Service: NGOs Oppose Nearly 100-Billion-Dollar Pledge to IMF
MarketWatch: Geithner Goes to Beijing to Manage Bad Marriage
Portside With Burt Cohen (WSCA FM): 3rd World Economy and $108 Billion for IMF
Mother Jones: The Banking Crisis Revisited
CNN Money: When it Makes Sense to Rent
The Nation: The Greatest Swindle Ever Sold
PBS Nightly Business Report: Reviving the Economy: Signs of Stimulus?
The Financial: New Funds for IMF Approved by U.S. Senate Would Worsen Global Economic Downturn, Economists Say
New York Times: U.S. Jobless Rate May Soon Top Europe’s
Financial Times: U.S. Health Reforms Focus on Cost Control
Politico: Alan Grayson to Introduce Paid Vacation Act
Daily Record (NJ): Doc: We All Need to Take Time Off
Huffington Post: Rosa DeLauro: Swine Flu "Looming Large" Behind Sick Leave Bill
Detroit Metro Times: Two Steps Left
Inter Press Service: Banks in Recovery as Home Foreclosures Hit Record
Huffington Post: Paid Vacation Bill Goes To The Hill
Uprising Radio: New Efforts to Expand American Vacation and Sick Leave
Huffington Post: U.S. Sick Leave Policy Makes Nation More Vulnerable To Swine Flu
FOX Business: TARP's Evolving Legacy
Boston Globe: Geithner Gains Currency
The Real News Network: Borrowing Into Submission?
Charleston Gazette: Study Shows Workers Gain From Unionization
Plain Dealer (OH): How About a Bailout for Social Security?
New York Times: Bill Would Guarantee Up to 7 Paid Sick Days
Inter Press Service: IMF Using Global Crisis to "Re-Launch" Itself
Mother Jones: Next Up: The Battle Over Wall Street Reform
Buffalo News: U.S. Plan is to fix, not Run, Companies
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Job Losses Slow in April, but the Toll is Still Heavy
American Prospect: A Stalled Counterrevolution
New York Times: U.S. Jobless Rate Hits 8.9%, but Pace of Losses Eases
Huffington Post: Timothy Geithner's Bailout Dollar Recycling May Be Illegal
PBS NewsHour: 'Stress Tests' Put Credibility of Banks, Regulators Back in Spotlight
Marketplace (American Public Media): Let Some Big Banks Fail!
CNBC: Should Government Fire Bank CEOs?
The Young Turks: Dean Baker Discusses the Financial Crisis
Huffington Post: Foreclosure: In The Midst Of Crisis, No Reliable Data
Huffington Post: Six Steps To Dis-Empowering Wall Street
The Hill: Bernanke Confident Ahead of Stress Tests
CNBC: Stress Test Results Won't End The Uncertainty Over Banks
Huffington Post: Creditors May Have Pushed For Chrysler Bankruptcy To Rake In Bailout Cash
Lancaster Eagle-Gazette (PA): Dreams of a Multi-Polar World? Be Careful What You Wish For
Indianapolis Star: Plunder and Blunder
Roll Call: EFCA is a Priority for Many Civil Rights Leaders
The Australian: The Monthly's Success Up to Me: Magazine Publisher
Washington Post: U.S. in Control: Its Goal to Fix, Not Run Firms
The Observer (Uganda): It’s Time for Home-Grown Policies
Alternet: We Need to Make Good Jobs Out of "Green Jobs"
NPR: Thoroughly Modern Marx
Savannah Morning News (GA): Savannah's Housing Not Affordable for Many, Study Shows
CNBC: Optimism About US Economy May Be Wishful Thinking: Panel
The Progressive: The Meaning of Arlen Specter's Party Switch
The Observer (UK): Can the IMF Now Feed the World?
The Telegraph (UK): US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Says He is "Encouraged" by Slowdown in Recession
Daytona Beach News-Journal: Renters Find Affordable Housing Scarce
Columbus Dispatch (OH): Avoiding Cuts at All Costs
Marketplace (American Public Media): Scrutinizing the Role of the IMF
The Post (Zambia): ‘IMF still prescribing harmful policies’
Inter Press Service: Struggle to Solve Crisis Moves to IMF, World Bank
Washington Times: IMF Eases Limits on Loans
BBC: The International Monetary Fund Returns
San Diego Union-Tribune: Default Notices Hit Record in County
Peninsula Clarion (AK): Labor, Business Spar Over Free Choice Act
News & Observer (NC): House Panel Airs Bad Loans Bill
Politico: Arena: Climate Change Legislation?
Deutsche Presse-Agentur: IMF Set for Huge Expansion as World Finance Ministers Meet
Politico: Before King, Obama's Base was Laid
The Morning Show (KPFA, 94.1 FM CA): April 22, 2009
VOA: IMF Enters Spring Meetings Full of G20 Cash
Politico: Arena: Is This a Good or Bad Year for Immigration Reform?
CNN Money: Worst-Case Scenario Survival Guide
Financial Times: US Cannot Rely on Inventory Cycle to Lead Way to Recovery
Between the Lines: Obstacles Stand in Way of Thaw in U.S. - Cuban and Venezuelan Relations
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC): Study: Rental Housing Is ‘Out of Reach' for Many
Louisville Courier-Journal (KY): Renters Struggling in Tough Economy
Dallas Morning News: Sure You Want to Be a Homeowner?
Minnesota Public Radio: Obama Voices Cautious Optimism on the Economy
Xinhua: Port of Spain Braces for Americas Summit
Foster's Daily Democrat (NH): Report: Home Foreclosures Put Pressure on Availability of Affordable Rental Units
Salon.com: The Prophets of Doom
Politico: Arena: Is Obama a Polarizing President?
The Diane Rehm Show (NPR): State of the U.S. Economy
Politico: Arena: One Change in the American Tax System
Metro Times (MI): Hard Times
The Progressive: Obama's Speech on the Economy Falls Flat
CNBC: Abolishing the Income Tax?
Forbes: U.S. Cities Where It's Hardest To Get By
Connecticut Post: Rents Unaffordable, Especially in Fairfield County
Time Magazine: Goldman's Profits: Gambling with Taxpayer Money?
CNBC: Affordability Not Improving for Renters Nationwide
St. Petersburg Times (FL): Cuba Likely to Dominate Obama's Attention at Summit of the Americas
Daily News (CA): Roommates Become a Necessity for Some
The Hour (CT): Stamford-Norwalk Region Most Expensive for Renters in Country
Politico: Arena: The Administration's Policy Shift on Cuba: Too Far, Too Little, Just Right?
Democracy Now!: Noam Chomsky on the Global Economic Crisis, Health Care, US Foreign Policy and Resistance to American Empire
Talk of the Nation (NPR): Bailout Bonds: Should Small Investors Buy In?
Wisconsin State Journal: Jobless Spike Should Scare Obama
Uprising Radio (KPFK, 90.7 FM L.A.): Is Social Security Under Threat Again?
Work with Marty Nemko (KALW, CA): Will Obamanomics Work?
UPI: HUD Program Benefits Investors, Others
San Francisco Chronicle: Economists Split Over Timing of Recovery
Wall Street Journal: Obama for Change (In Your Mortgage)
Beverly Hills Times: Tax The Speculators
Laura Flanders Show (Grit TV): Inland Empire: Warehouse Workers Organize in California
Houston Chronicle: Unionization Substantially Raises Wages of Pennsylvania Service-Sector Workers
Business Standard (India): The Perfidious Myths of Free Trade
Huffington Post: Geithner Bank Plan Faces New Wave Of Criticism
The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC, 93.9 FM): Road to Recovery?
Huffington Post: How Unions' Grass-Roots Organizing, Pragmatism Can Pass Pro-Labor Bill
Politico: Arena: Grade the President's Trip
CNBC: Breaking the Banks
Salon.com: A Message War the Republicans Won
Huffington Post: Whoops: Economic Forecast Wrong Within Weeks
Associated Press: Some Business Make Layoffs the Last Option
New Statesman (UK): How Global Influence Has Shifted
The Day (CT): Better Wages, Benefits Will Come With Free Choice Act
Newsday: Economic Bust Takes Wind out of Baby Boomers' Sails
TNG Real Estate Radio Show (KTIE 590 AM, CA): Interview with David Rosnick
New York Times: No End in Sight to Job Losses; 663,000 More Cut in March
Counterspin (FAIR): Mark Weisbrot on the G20
BBC: Martha Kearney's Week
Seattle Times: Employee Free Choice Act is Overdue
Mmegi (Botswana): IMF Policies Have Failed - Experts
Washington Independent: Fannie, Freddie Quietly Lift Moratorium on Foreclosures
Laura Flanders Show (Grit TV): Labor and Capital at the G-20, The Good Negro, and Have Anti-War Voices Gone Silent?
Huffington Post: Bank Rescue 2.0: Treasury Could Dump Toxic Assets Online
Huffington Post: GOP Budget Plan Assumes Americans Would Choose Higher Tax Rate
Forum With Michael Krasny (KQED FM 88.5): Great Expectations -- The G20 Meeting
Politico: Arena: On Obama in Europe
Public Service Review: What Can Be Done to Avoid Protectionism in the Credit Crunch?