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Debate on the Eurozone Crisis Between CEPR’s Mark Weisbrot and Luc Everaert, Assistant Director of the European Department of the IMF
September 29, 2011
New Report: The Effects of Cutting Social Security COLAs on the Living Standards of the Elderly
September 20, 2011
Do Tax Cuts Boost the Economy?

September 13, 2011

Just Like Everyone Else, Politicians Will Be Able to Get Social Security Benefits for Decades to Come
September 9, 2011
Statement on the American Jobs Act and Work Sharing
September 8, 2011
Work Sharing Should be Part of the President's Job Program
September 7, 2011
New Book by CEPR's Dean Baker, The End of Loser Liberalism: Making Markets Progressive
August 29, 2011
Thousands of Lives Could Be Saved, and Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic Managed, With Greater Treatment and Prevention Efforts, CEPR Paper Finds
August 18, 2011
Statement on the S&P Downgrade
August 8, 2011
Statement on the Debt Ceiling Deal
August 1, 2011
Diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander Workforce Faces Many Challenges
July 25, 2011
Statement on the Gang of Six Plan
July, 19, 2011
Statement on Using the Chained CPI for Social Security Cost of Living Adjustments
July 8, 2011
Statement on Introduction of Work Sharing Bills by Senator Reed and Representative DeLauro
July 6, 2011
New Report Suggests Work Sharing as Best Means of Preventing Layoffs and Lowering the Unemployment Rate
June 23, 2011
Statement on Latest CBO Projections
June 22, 2011
Debt, Deficits, and the Dollar: 7 Key Facts
June 16, 2011
Appointment of Stanley Fischer to Head the IMF Would "Institutionalize Lack of Accountability," CEPR Co-Director Says
June 13, 2011
Humala's Win in Peru Consolidates Gains for Left, More Independent and Democratic South America, CEPR Co-Director Says
June 5, 2011
Brazilian Macroeconomic Policy Needs New Debate, Says CEPR Paper
June 2, 2011
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