Is this an innovative step for the United Automobile Workers and Volkswagen?
New evidence shows that raising the minimum wage when unemployment is high does not harm the economy.
David Madland discusses a new private-sector retirement-plan type called the Secure, Accessible, Flexible, and Efficient, or SAFE, Retirement Plan before the Maryland Joint Committee on Pensions.
New Census Bureau data underscore how critical unions are in building strong middle classes across the country.
These three charts present today’s new Census figures in a historical context and illustrate how the middle class has struggled to make headway in an increasingly unequal economy.
The decline of labor unions is an often-overlooked factor in the decreasing share of national income going to the middle class.
Report The creation of a SAFE Retirement Plan would significantly improve our private-sector retirement system by better handling the risks and costs of retirement compared to the typical and perfect-world 401(k) plan.
Detroit’s Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr should immediately make public the methods that he and his actuaries are using to claim that the city’s pension funds are in dire condition.
If the Senate fails to act soon to approve the president’s five bipartisan National Labor Relations Board nominees, many workplace protections could functionally disappear in August.
The rise in U.S. income inequality and the decline of the American middle class have skewed public policy toward the wishes of the rich and contributed to underinvestment in higher education.
There are a number of things that policymakers can do to strengthen the middle class that won't require any additional expenditures.
State governments have a tremendous responsibility to help restore the promise of the American Dream, and can be part of the solution to rebuild a strong and growing middle class.
Studies show that providing legal status to undocumented immigrants will increase wages for American workers.
David Madland discusses the Maryland Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program before the Maryland House of Delegates.