Critical Public Finance MissionSCEPA’s Critical Public Finance (CPF) project investigates how the increasing financialization of municipal finance affects local government’s ability to be transparent and accountable to taxpayers as well as its effects on increasing urban inequality.
Critical Public Finance TeamSCEPA Associate Director Bridget Fisher directs the CPF project, working with SCEPA Research Associates Flávia Leite and Jose Coronado and SCEPA Senior Fellow Rick McGahey.
Economics of Climate MissionSCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project seeks to determine the consequences of climate change policy proposals on domestic and global economics and the possibilities for renewable energy. The project investigates effective climate change policy in light of fragile domestic and global economies, and challenges critics of policies that would mitigate climate change who cite negative effects on the economy to forestall change.
Economics of Climate TeamOur Economics...
As a part of our 25th anniversary, The Schwartz Center shares its 2020 annual report. The report documents our efforts last year to continue turning our network’s mission-based research into policy proposals that improve the lives of the working class.
#SCEPAat25 Our mission to provide insights for a more equitable future is going strong. Recently, our Retirement Equity Lab published a 10 point policy agenda for the #BidenAdministration to protect older workers & secure a dignified retirement for all. https://t.co/yisYn0xA5v
Today we conclude our #SCEPAat25 anniversary celebration! We loved sharing stories of our community & history & hosting a conversation on heterodox economics. Thank you to all who followed & here's to the next 25 years of building a more equitable future! https://t.co/g2kPSdVs8npic.twitter.com/k8WiVSXGxR