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Private Equity


Is Private Equity Over the Hill?

Private Equity at Work: PE Facing Up to Possibility of Lower Returns Going Forward

Correction and Update on Bain and Blackstone’s Recent IPO for Michael’s Stores

Private Equity at Work: Perhaps it’s Not Private Equity’s Image that’s the Problem

Private Equity at Work: Private Equity’s Excessive Use of Debt Endangers Main Street Firms and Workers

Private Equity at Work: CalPERS Private Equity Returns: Good, But Not Good Enough

Private Equity at Work: PE Firms Are Busy Making Hay While the Sun Shines

Private Equity at Work: Too Much of a Good Thing?

PRIVATE EQUITY AT WORK: For Red Lobster’s Workers, It’s out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire

Private Equity at Work: Limit Leverage to Limit Risk

Summers’ Review of Piketty’s Book Gets Private Equity Wrong

New Book on Private Equity Tackles Myths About the Industry

CEPR News November 2012

Hostess: Challenges Facing Unions when PE Doesn't Deliver

Shameless CEO Campaign Sends Debt-Laden Caesar’s CEO to Lecture the 99% on Fixing Debt

CEPR News October 2012

Private Equity’s Handiwork – Saving or Pillaging, You Be the Judge

"Challenge" Publishes CEPR Private Equity Primer

Labor Market Policy Research Reports, August 27 – 31

CEPR News August 2012

It's Not Just Friendly's - Sun Keeps Ownership of Its Bankrupt Companies

CEPR News June 2012

Does Private Equity Save Jobs in Tough Times?

David Brooks Gets Private Equity Wrong for the Team

How An Investor's Gain Can Be Your Loss

Wages and the Lottery

Do Unions Both Love and Hate Private Equity or Do the Atlantic's Economics Reporters Have Problems With Arithmetic?

Plain Talk about Private Equity

NPR Does Fluff Piece for Private Equity

Are Private Equity Firms Evil Doers? Washington Post Edition

Are Private Equity Firms Evil Doers?

Sun Capital's "Gift" to Taxpayers