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Press Release: PPI Unveils New Blueprint for Shared Prosperity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2016 Contact: Cody Tucker, 202-775-0106 or email@example.com A Progressive Alternative to Populism PPI Unveils New Blueprint for Shared Prosperity WASHINGTON—The…
Agenda 2016: Reviving U.S. Economic Growth
The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) teamed up with Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy to co-host a compelling symposium…
What New Data Says about Debt-Free College
New data shows that young people who don’t fit within the current college system are facing great hardship in today’s workforce. This sheds valuable insight…
Why the Healthcare Job Boom May Be a Bubble, and Why Progressives Should Care
Our recent report on tech employment, authored by myself and Diana Carew, calculated that women have been getting three times as many healthcare-related bachelors degrees as men….
Governor Markell for The Atlantic: Americans Need Jobs, Not Populism
In an op-ed for The Atlantic, Governor Jack Markell (D-Del.) argues that instead of raging against a “rigged” system, Democrats should work together with business to…
Jobs and Millennials: How are They Faring?
Economists everywhere are scrambling to determine how today’s weak jobs report impacts the strong recovery story of 3.2 million jobs created over the last year….
What Would Benefit Mississippi Voters: The Tech Effect
In recent months we’ve seen the attorney general of Mississippi, Jim Hood, issue a subpoena against Google requesting information on a very broad range of search…
Earnings for Young Americans: Which City Tops the List?
For young Americans, Washington, D.C. may have more to offer than government jobs and free museums. It may also provide more opportunities to get a…
Sony Hack, Guardrails, and Job Creation
Are companies finally realizing that they need to invest in “guardrails” for the information highway, aka the data-driven economy? And will this labor-intensive effort help create more mid-level…
How the Hidden Jobs Numbers Influenced the Election
Why were Democrats trounced so soundly? Many of the losers—including Mark Udall of Colorado, Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Michelle Nunn of Georgia, and Kay Hagan…