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Ending the Consumption Bias
Progressives need a bolder plan for overcoming structural impediments to more robust growth It’s time for progressives to move on from a consumption based model…
Stumping Patent Trolls Is The Path To Innovation
At a time when gridlock in Washington has been at an all-time high, there is one high-profile issue where Democrats and Republicans are quickly coming…
Creating jobs: Democrats need to stop business bashing and praise corporate investors
Economic calamity begets radical politics. America’s worst financial panic and recession since the 1930s gave birth to the tea party and Occupy Wall Street. Now…
The Data Economy Is Much, Much Bigger Than You (and the Government) Think
It’s become conventional wisdom among pundits that the tech and data boom is generating lots of wealth, but not much in the way of jobs…
Who Says Tech Innovation Moves Too Slowly?
In his article for the July/August issue of the Washington Monthly, Barry Lynn correctly notes that the slow pace of technological progress in many fields…
Manufacturing Jobs Boom Is For Real
PPI’s Michael Mandel was quoted in CNN Money about the bottoming out of the manufacturing sector: “What we’re seeing is the bottoming out of manufacturing,” said…
Is real GDP real?
The Star Tribune’s Adam Belz quotes Michael Mandel on the flaws of the GDP data and the state of the Minnesota economy: “(The numbers) don’t…
Some Good News That Obama Should Be Touting
Will Marshall compiled four positive economic stories for Real Clear Politics that President Obama should be making better use of in his campaign for re-election….
Telecom and oil companies top ‘Investment Heroes’ list
The Washington Post covers Diana Carew’s and Michael Mandel’s Investment Heroes paper, focusing on the strong telecoms and energy presence amongst the leading companies. AT&T,…
Who’s Betting on America? The Top 25 Companies Investing in the U.S.
PPI’s Diana Carew on Yahoo Finance discussing PPI’s new report on ‘Investment Heroes’.