A Most Dangerous Intersection: Revisiting Race and Class in 2020

“In June, David Leonhardt in the New York Times noted that “the black-white wage gap is roughly as large today as it was in 1950.” One driver of this is that a huge number—a third of Black men ages 25-54—remain outside the…

Lenore Palladino

Assistant Professor School of Public Policy & Department of Economics lpalladino@umass.edu Lenore Palladino’s CV   Lenore Palladino is assistant professor in the School of Public Policy and the Department of Economics and a research associate at the UMass Amherst Political Economy Research Institute,…

Tea Petrin

Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship & Head of the Entrepreneurship Department Faculty of Economics, the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Tea Petrin is a Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship, Head of the Entrepreneurship Department at the Faculty of Economics, and a…

Antonio Andreoni

Antonio Andreoni is Associate Professor of Industrial Economics at University College London (UCL), and Head of Research of the UCL Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose. His research focuses on production and business enterprises; technological change and innovation dynamics; corporate governance and financialisation;…

Safi Shams

Safi Shams, PhD, is a social historian who is primarily interested in structural transformation and emergence in the cultural, economic and political arenas. Safi’s work primarily consists of investigating conceptual problems in the historical sciences by relying on detailed case-studies…

‘Shareholder value’ versus the public good: the case of Germany

“With uncertainty around the world about how and when the coronavirus outbreak will decelerate, whole business sectors have been affected by lockdowns and are facing ruin. In Germany, more than 750,000 companies have put over 12 million employees on reduced working…