The Worst Economic Ideas of 2011

SCEPA Fellow Jeff Madrick works to analyze the current state of the economy and diagnose its public policy implications. In a New York Review of Books piece entitled "America's New Robber Barons," he discusses the super rich of the day - the 1% - and compares today's income disparity with other periods of great inequality. In a piece from the Huffington Post entitled "The 10 Worst Economic Ideas of 2011," Madrick reviews the most troubling economic policy ideas to come out of Washington in the last year and why they are detrimental to the economy and the public.

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