The share of U.S. breadwinning mothers continues to grow, and understanding them is vital to understanding the modern labor force.
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Policymakers can craft a carbon tax that helps decarbonize the economy while protecting low- and middle-income energy consumers and ensuring continued economic growth.
A two-pronged attack is necessary to break down structural barriers that are preventing low-income families from finding affordable housing.
The sacrifices and hard work of unauthorized immigrant parents have created opportunities that DACA beneficiaries are not taking for granted.
Policymakers will resign the U.S. economy to slower growth if they use tighter monetary policy as a substitute for available regulatory tools to achieve financial stability.
As economists learn more about how monetary policy works, it has become increasingly important to understand the role of banks.
Researchers and policymakers have dug deeper into how monetary policy works over the past generation. Here are some of the major insights.
Getting up to speed on how monetary policy affects the economy is not hard, and it is important to understand where economists are and how they got here.
Rep. Price’s budget process changes would set the stage for automatic cuts to programs for low- and middle-income Americans.
President-elect Donald Trump’s current plan to rebuild America’s infrastructure provides enormous tax breaks to elite Wall Street investors while neglecting to lift up working families and invest in the communities most in need.
The Fed left rates unchanged in November, but the risk of a premature end-of-the-year rate hike is increasing.
Inconsistent and restrictive family definitions have historically marginalized many families, but improvements can be made to serve a fuller range of diverse family structures, especially LGBTQ families.
Data from the Survey of Consumer Finances show that middle-class union families have more wealth than their nonunion counterparts.
Trump’s infrastructure plan does little for communities in need but enriches Wall Street investors with tax credits while passing the bill to middle-class Americans in the form of high tolls and other user fees.
Although the national housing market outlook has improved in recent years, Midwestern voters—and the election results—may have been influenced by negative equity rates, housing instability, and a struggling mortgage market.