You could decide your view of the economy based on the data. Or, you could use political bias. Guess what people do? Continue reading The Incredible Bias in People’s View of the Economy
Did COVID dent women’s progress into the C-Suite and towards equal pay? New data can help us find out. Continue reading How did Female Executives Fare During COVID?
While inflation has the potential to eat away at income, those that own their homes have one less thing to worry about. Continue reading You May Already Own One Big Inflation Hedge
Executive pay has outgrown wages over the last three decades. One reason: the tendency for the number of stock options to stay at rest from year to year. Continue reading Why has Executive Pay Grown by so Ridiculously Much? Inertia Doesn’t Help.
Job openings are high and unemployment is low. With inflation looming, this tight labor market better fuel wage growth. Continue reading It Must Workout, because the U.S. Labor Market is Tight
Fighting inflation is an important duty of the Federal Reserve. But, the pain of that fight is far from equal. Continue reading The Unequal Price of Fighting Inflation
Affirmative Action is under legal threat. What does it do, and how should we think about its future? Continue reading Why I Worry about an Affirmative Action Ban
Inflation was a big topic in 2021. But how damaging inflation is to workers depends on a race between it and wages. Continue reading Who Won the Race Between Wages and Inflation?
You’d think food delivery drivers would see huge increases in earnings during the pandemic, as demand increased. But, you’d be wrong. Why? Elasticity. Continue reading Elasticity: It’s for More than Just Socks
The debate over family policy is raging. Paid leave or Pre-K? I think there’s a clear winner. Continue reading Which Family Policy is Good for Women’s Wages?