The High Desert Corridor would promote low-density land use and single-occupant vehicle trips, running counter to the state’s climate and sustainable communities goals.
Ending Special Tax Treatment for the Very Wealthy
Trump’s Trade Deal and the Road Not Taken
Blueprint for the 21st Century
Building Progressive Infrastructure
Toward a Robust Competition Policy
The nomination of Eugene Scalia could roll back decades of progress for workers with disabilities.
Expanding on existing Ghent-like programs in the United States would strengthen unions and improve government services.
Using the market mechanism to solve structural problems is the wrong approach to improving distressed communities.
Workers in highly concentrated labor markets need stronger antitrust enforcement and labor protections.
David Madland and Malkie Wall analyze new data from the U.S. Census Bureau on union membership rates and the low share of income going to the middle class.
The final Thinking CAP podcast revisits Daniella and Ed's discussion with AFSCME President Lee Saunders about the labor movement
Policymakers and economists must consider populations who face high economic barriers when evaluating the health of the labor market.
Working families are bearing the brunt of the damage of the Trump administration’s trade agenda.
As is the case with the rest of its economic policies, the administration has put business interests over working people in its trade policy.
Saharra Griffin and Malkie Wall explain how President Trump's anti-worker agenda has favored corporate interests at the expense of working-class Americans.
This week, Ed sits down with CAP Senior Economist Gbenga Ajilore to discuss warning signs in the economy, what they might mean, as well as some of the contributing factors.
The fight for Black women’s equal pay must address race and gender biases that erode Black women’s wages and undermine their ability to thrive.
Power within corporations has shifted away from Main Street in favor of Wall Street, but collective bargaining, competition, tax fairness, and corporate long-termism can help American capitalism do better.
In order to advance economic security for women and families in Oregon, policymakers should prioritize policies that ensure economic equality and health care access for all.