A new Inter-American Development Bank report examines the consequences of Latin American taxation systems and outlines a potential way forward
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A recent paper found that Americans are highly segregated by income. A new paper finds the opposite is true for race.
Police action is quieting the public square.
Meghann Moses discusses the issues workforce development is trying to address and why creating jobs is not enough to reduce chronic unemployment.
Two economists find that trade theory gets wage inequality wrong.
In a well-timed recent report, the Congressional Budgets Office (CBO) provides a series of statistics that largely reinforce the concerns being raised in the Occupy Wall Street protests.