Inclusive Growth

Economic Policy

We are focused on investing in people, jobs, physical capital, the environment, and certain sectors and regions to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth.

A subway train pulls into the Flushing Avenue station in Brooklyn on February 2, 2019, in New York City. (Getty/Gary Hershorn)

What We're Doing

Promoting powerful long-term investments for growth

We work to address structural issues in the economy, correct the k-shaped economic recovery that will likely worsen inequality, and target investments in disadvantaged communities. These changes will bring real, equitable, and sustainable benefits to affected communities and strengthen our economy.

Increasing worker power to achieve inclusive growth

We work to ensure executive actions and legislation promote high-quality jobs, increase worker power, and raise standards for government contract workers. As part of this effort, we are pushing for a federal $15 minimum wage and finding new ways to give workers a voice in their workplace.

Incorporating inclusiveness and sustainability

We are advancing corporate disclosure, consumer protection, community development, and antitrust measures as efforts to limit excessive corporate power and develop a new social contract between workers, government, and corporations.

Featured Work


Women of Color and the Wage Gap Article

Women of Color and the Wage Gap

Women of color continue to suffer the most severe gender wage gap in the United States, a reality that reflects the effects of intersecting racial, ethnic, and gender biases that threaten the economic security of them and their families.

Robin Bleiweis, Jocelyn Frye, Rose Khattar

President Biden’s Economic Agenda Will Help Make Life More Affordable Without Adding To Inflation Article
Capitol building is pictured in fall.

President Biden’s Economic Agenda Will Help Make Life More Affordable Without Adding To Inflation

The Build Back Better Act and the already enacted bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will help reduce inflationary pressures in the coming years and lower costs on essentials such as prescription drugs, energy, child care, and housing.

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