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Economist Ha-Joon Chang signs/discusses “Economics: The User’s Guide”

What have we learned from the crisis and what remains to be done?

What Next for the Eurozone? Macroeconomic Policy and the Recession

The Great Recession: The Forces that Make it Great

Beyond Deficit Reduction: How Has the Macroeconomic Environment Changed?

The Downturn: How We Got Here and Why it Will Be Long

The Fiscal Cliff: New Heights of Sensationalism

Threats to Medicare: The Election and the Lame Duck Congress

Financial Transactions Taxes at Home and Abroad

Metrics of Recovery: Arizona and U.S. Housing Markets After the Bubble

Equality Matters: Tax Credits for Working Families

Debts and Deficits: Combating Recession in the U.S., Latin America, and Eurozone

Need or Greed: Who's Responsible for the Global Economic Collapse?

The Occupied Super Committee Hearing of the 99%

The Financial Crisis: Why We Occupy

In Defense of the Social Safety Net

Money Makes The World Go Around

New Priorities for Public Finance – Achieving Policy Coherence to Strengthen the State, Reduce Inequality and Promote Sustainable Growth

Strengthen Social Security ... Don't Cut It

2011 Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Policy Summit

Three Employment Policy Crises: Jobs, Wages and Public-Sector Collective Bargaining

Federal Reserve for the 21st Century: Employment, Consumer Protection, and the Future of Financial Regulation

The Politics of the Nation's Debt

Debts, Deficits and the Economy

Crisis in the States and Cities: What Should Be Done?

Reconnecting to Work: Consequences of Long-Term Unemployment and Prospects for Job Creation

Post-Financial Crisis: Neoliberalism and the Global Economic Recovery

State and Municipal Debt: The Coming Crisis? Part II

Attack on the Debt & Deficit: Who Wins? Who Loses?

Event: Why the World Isn't Flat

Shared Sacrifice: Debating the Contours of U.S. Deficit Reduction

Should the Disadvantaged Be Spared From the Budget Axe?

Prosperity Not Austerity: A Response to the Fiscal Commission and a Blueprint for Economic Recovery

Tracking the Federal Debt and Deficit

Macroeconomic Policy: What are the Global Trends?

America's Fiscal Choices: Strengthening Our Economy and Building for the Future

Dean Baker to Discuss his New Book

New Thinking on the Economy

Working for an Economy by the People, for the People!

EVENT: Argentina's Economic Recovery: Four Years After the Meltdown, November 30, 2005

Forum on the Bush Legacy

A Good Job is Hard to Find

A Latin American Success Story