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These States: US Federal-State-Local Fiscal Relations in the Wake of Pandemic-Driven Recession

The role of the SLG in anti-recession policy should not be forgotten, since its impact on any economic recovery is inescapable and, absent federal intervention, that impact on recovery will be negative.
/ January 19, 2022

more on Government

CEPR Spotlight: Revolving Door Project

and / December 24, 2021

CEPR Spotlight: Vaccines, Patents and Copyrights

/ December 20, 2021

Vehicle Prices and Continued Supply Chain Problems Drive December Inflation

The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) was up 0.5 percent in December, and the core up 0.6 percent. Year-over-year, the overall CPI is up 7.0 percent, core 5.5 percent.
/ January 12, 2022

more on Economic Crisis and Recovery

PREVIEW: What to Look for in the December Consumer Price Index

/ January 11, 2022

Unemployment Falls to 3.9 Percent; Wage Growth Remains Strong

/ January 07, 2022

Unemployment Falls to 3.9 Percent; Wage Growth Remains Strong

The 3.9 percent December unemployment rate is better than all but five months in the 1990s boom.
/ January 07, 2022

more on Workers

The Jobs Crisis for Black Men is a Lot Worse Than You Think

/ December 08, 2021

Unemployment Falls to 4.2 Percent in November as Economy Adds 210,000 Jobs

/ December 03, 2021
  • América Latina y el CaribeAmérica Latina y el Caribe

Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

Este informe considera que los sobrecargos del FMI son inapropiados e injustificables, sobre todo en medio de la recesión mundial causada por la pandemia y en la recuperación muy desigual entre países.
, , and , , y / September 28, 2021 28 Septiembre 2021

Más de Latin America and the Caribbean

Por qué los DEG pertenecen a los Estados, no a los Bancos Centrales

/ September 14, 2021 14 Septiembre 2021

Nuevo gobierno ecuatoriano se une a poderosos lobbies internacionales para reincorporarse a tratados de inversión prohibidos por la Constitución

and y / July 16, 2021 16 Julio 2021

CEPR examines how government policies affect growth, employment, prices, poverty and health in the world and US.

CEPR analiza cómo las políticas gubernamentales afectan el crecimiento, el empleo, los precios, la pobreza y la salud en el mundo y en EE. UU.

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CEPR Statement in Support of the Nomination of Dr. Lisa Cook to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors

PREVIEW: What to Look for In the Fourth Quarter 2021 GDP Report

Washington Post Says Life Was Bleak for Workers on Eve of Pandemic

Are Used Car Prices Bankrupting Workers?

El año 2022 será un muy buen año económico

¿Estados Unidos como paraíso fiscal? El caso del presidente ecuatoriano Guillermo Lasso

Un nuevo informe concluye que las sobretasas del FMI son “inapropiadas e injustificables”, especialmente durante la pandemia

Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

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