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Simon Torracinta

How microeconomic reasoning took over the very institutions of American governance.

Emily Callaci

As the planet burns and pandemics rage, Selma James’s work with the Wages for Housework movement shows that we ignore the labor of care at our own peril.

Celina Su

Cities must empower historically marginalized communities to shape how public funds are spent.

Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò

Racial redress should be modeled on the global anticolonial tradition of worldbuilding.

Jonathan Kirshner

Why we should err on the side of inaction—and why we won’t.

Brian Callaci

Monopoly power has certainly harmed workers, but the solution should be a wholesale rethinking of economic policy—not an embrace of perfectly competitive markets.

Joseph Margulies

Well-meaning nonprofits don’t go far enough in the fight against gentrification. Residents themselves must be in charge, and neighborhood trusts point the way.

Madeline Lane-McKinley

Intrinsic to what we hate about work is that we can’t imagine life outside of it.

Dan Breznitz

To generate local, inclusive prosperity, cities must think beyond tech accelerators and science parks and instead embrace a wider range of innovation strategies.

C. P. Chandrasekhar Jayati Ghosh

Financial globalization was supposed to spur development. Instead it transfers money to the Global North and exacerbates existing inequalities.

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