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When proponents deploy the logic of market competition, they undermine democracy and social equality.
Government has always played an outsize role in creating jobs—and still can.
Claude S. Fischer
Startups aren't the magic bullet for economic growth.
The family is changing. Will the social contract catch up?
Creating a Safety Net in a Multi-Employer World
Boxing, longtime domain of the blue-collar fighter, has suddenly become the playground of the one percent.
Can Richard Trumka Save the Labor Movement?
Amy B. Dean
It's the business story of the year. An MIT Sloan and Boston Review roundtable.
Market Basket is as indispensable in working-class towns as it is in gentrifying and well-off neighborhoods.
The American workplace increasingly rewards (and expects) long hours.
Sex work may be a profession, but that doesn't make it a source of empowerment.
Michaele L. Ferguson
Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century dismantles received economic wisdom on the nature of inequality—including the idea that it is necessary for a rising tide to lift all boats.
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