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Human Rights Council condemns vulture funds activity

By Aldo Caliari, Director of Rethinking Bretton Woods Project at the Center of Concern. Last week, the Human Rights Council adopted a resolution condemning the activities of vulture funds for their impacts on the capacity of governments to fulfill their human ...

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ICYMI: Video Archive from Rethinking Economics Conference

In case you missed it, videos of the lectures and panels at last weekend's Rethinking Economics conference are available for free streaming. Click the picture below to check them out!

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On Glass Houses

On Glass Houses

When I was in undergrad, I took an investment analysis class. The class taught me two things: First, to disdain business administration majors (during exams, we econ students would take our tests with our eyes on our exams, while the ...

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The Unearned Income Tax Credit

The Unearned Income Tax Credit

It's that time of the year again when each of us makes the most valiant attempt to eschew the social contract. For some, this means a hefty reward for hiding money in offshore accounts. For the rest of us, it ...

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World Protests: Listening to Grievances on a Global Scale

From the Arab Spring to the Occupy Movement and beyond, protests have increased around the world in recent years. One of our colleagues at the New School for Social Research, Mohamed Berrada, has co-authored a paper that highlights exactly this ...

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