David Rosnick

In the News

Trade Reports Offer Competing Data
Roll Call, September 25, 2013

Study: Mega-Trade Deal Would Make Most Americans Poorer
Moyers and Company, September 17, 2013

Interview with David Rosnick on the TPP and U.S. Wages
A Public Affair (WORT 89.9 FM, Madison, WI), September 13, 2013

Interview with David Rosnick on the Trans-Pacific Partnership
The Rick Smith Show, September 11, 2013

Secretive Free Trade Agreement Puts Climate, Public Health at Risk
Common Dreams, September 10, 2013

Venezuelan Elections 2013: Fingerprints All Over the Map
NACLA, May 07, 2013

Want to Stall Climate Change and be Happier? Work Less
Earth Island Journal, February 20, 2013

(Not) Working for a Better Future
Vancouver Sun, February 16, 2013

Climate Change Brings New Meaning to Work Ethic
Vancouver Sun, February 15, 2013

Want to Save the Planet? Just Slack Off at Work, Study Says
Forbes, February 12, 2013

Reduce Working Hours--To Help Slow Climate Change
Business Mirror, February 09, 2013

Tell Your Boss Your Job Is Causing Global Warming
Take Part, February 09, 2013

Working Less Would Slow Climate Change, Group Argues
CBC, February 08, 2013

Work Less, Save the Planet?
MoneyWatch (CBS News), February 07, 2013

Work Less, Save The Planet: CEPR Report
International Business Times, February 07, 2013

Save the World by Working Less
Central Valley Business Times, February 07, 2013

Vacation More and Work Less to End Global Warming
Toronto Standard, February 07, 2013

Interview with David Rosnick on Working Less to Save the Planet (David joins the program at 30:30)
KGO Newstalk AM 810 (San Francisco, CA), February 07, 2013

Can Working Less Save the Planet?
Mother Nature Network, February 06, 2013

Economist Suggests Working Less 'To Save Planet'
French Tribune, February 06, 2013

How Grueling is Your Work Week? If You Have a Flexible Schedule, Share Your Secret
ABA Journal, February 06, 2013

How to Prevent Climate Change: Work ‘European’ Hours
Global Post, February 06, 2013

Working Less, Vacationing More: The Key to Slowing Global Warming?
The Week, February 06, 2013

Stop Global Warming by Working Less: New Study
Science World Report, February 06, 2013

Want to Slow Climate Change? Reduce Working Hours, Says Think Tank
Interaksyon (Philippines), February 06, 2013

How to Stop Global Warming - Work Less: Think Tank Claims American Workers Should Be More European
The Daily Mail (U.K.), February 05, 2013

Study: Americans Should Work Less, Pay More to Help the Environment
The Cleveland Leader, February 05, 2013

Liberal Think Tank’s Solution for Global Warming: Work Less
Washington Times, February 05, 2013

How Shorter Work Hours and More Vacation Time Can Slow Global Warming
Alternet, February 05, 2013

Study: Global Warming Can Be Slowed By Working Less
U.S. News & World Report, February 04, 2013

Economist Advocates Working Less to Alleviate Global Warming, US Should Adopt European Approach to Productivity
The Daily Caller, February 04, 2013


'Wall Street Profited from US Housing Bubble'
Press TV, July 30, 2012

David Rosnick Comments On US Inequality
Press TV, July 22, 2012


Debate on U.S. Economy, "How to Solve the Unemployment Problem: Views from the Left, Right and Center," Brings Together Diverse Views of Necessary Solutions
Daily Bruin, November 09, 2011

And Congress’ Rich Get Richer
Roll Call, November 01, 2011

Senior Citizens Will Get a Bump in Social Security Payments
Marketplace, October 19, 2011


Social Security: A Look at Three Options
AARP Bulletin, September 28, 2010

Glass Half Empty
Economix (The New York Times), August 12, 2010

It's The Worst Period of Unemployment Since The Great Depression
Crooks and Liars, July 04, 2010

A Dangerous Combo: Weak Job Markets and Republican Stupidity
Working (In These Times), July 03, 2010

Unemployment Rate (Age-Adjusted) Has Been Above 10 Percent For Past Year
The Huffington Post, July 02, 2010

Paying America's Debt, With Your AmEx
Newsweek, June 03, 2010


The Motley Fool: The Most Dangerous Way to Invest Today, June 11, 2009

TNG Real Estate Radio Show (KTIE 590 AM, CA): Interview with David Rosnick, April 4, 2009

Newsday: Economic Bust Takes Wind out of Baby Boomers' Sails, April 4, 2009

Christian Science Monitor: Economic Crisis Scrambles Retirement Math, March 4, 2009

CNN Money: Boomers: 30% Underwater, February 26, 2009

AlterNet: Will DC "Reformers" Create a Health Care System as Skewed Towards the Rich as the Rest of the Economy?, February 18, 2009

News Talk 93 FM (Kingston, Jamaica): Evening Edition, January 28, 2008

Alternet: Progressive Round-Up: Must Read Info to Start Your Week, January 12, 2009

KPFA 94.1 FM (Berkeley, CA): Evening News, January 8, 2008

KPFA 94.1 FM (Berkeley, CA): Evening News, January 7, 2009


MarketWatch: Home Prices Across PA Tumble, Study Finds, September 9, 2008

Business Week: Choosing Where to Grow Old, July 3, 2008


The Huffington Post: Reduced Hours Are Green, October 23, 2007

Le Monde diplomatique: Hugo Chávez, August 2007

Valor (Brazil): Estudo questiona projeções da instituição, April 12, 2007

Página 12 (Argentina): El Fondo en su laberinto, 10 de abril, 2007

El Universal (Venezuela): Report Hints IMF Bias Against Venezuela, Argentina, April 5, 2007

Univision (AP): Informe sugiere prejuicios de FMI con Argentina y Venezuela, 4 de abril, 2007

Temas para el debate (Spain):La batalla de los datos pdf, Marzo 2007

Washington Post: Overwork Costly to Environment, January 8, 2007

The Advertiser (Australia): Saving Our World, January 3, 2007

Philadelphia Inquirer: Kick Back, Chill Out: It Could Save the Planet, January 1, 2007


Washington Post:Open-Ended Equations; How Stable Is Washington's Housing Market? It All Depends on How You Do the Math (Subscription required), April 20, 2006

Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy: Work Sanctions Under Welfare Reform: Are They Helping Women Achieve Self-Sufficiency? Spring 2006


Business Week Online: Housing: Red Alert, or a Wake-Up Call? November 9, 2005

Jackson Advocate (MS): Bush Visit Won't Improve Barbour's Negative Image in State Budget Battles, May 5, 2005

Washington Post: Measures of Health, April 30, 2005

Washington Post: Our Point on Health Care, April 19, 2005

USA Today: Benefit Estimates Depend on Who Calculates Them, April 13, 2005

Biloxi Sun Herald (MS): And if it's a Really Big Problem?, April 12, 2005

Washington Post: Comparatively Major, April 10, 2005

Washington Post: Fix Health Care First, April 7, 2005

Dallas Morning News: Medicare is Bigger Problem, April 6, 2005

United Press International: Online Tool Calculates Social Security, February 25, 2005

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Go Slow on Social Security, December 5, 2004