I told the (totally awesome) audience at the Tampa, FL meeting of the Council on Social Work Education that I’d post my presentation ASAP. Here it is. A few clarifications. YOYO=you’re on your own WITT=we’re in this together In case the video doesn’t work, go here and start at 1:40. And h/t to Chuck Sheketoff for… Read more
In today’s episode, we explore the concept of growth as necessary but not sufficient: over at PostEverything.
Those stalwart number crunching research economists at Goldman Sachs (i.e., not the traders) have a really interesting graph out this AM that packs in a ton of info on current growth pluses and negatives. The figure uses the Federal Reserve’s macro model (which is actually publically available now…and, yes, I will fire it up myself… Read more
There’s lots of interesting press following the Boston Fed conference on inequality of opportunity that I posted on last week. This AM, I’ve added something on a big question that hovers above this conversation: can the Fed do anything about inequality? My answer is a firm “yes!” over at PostEverything. BTW, in part due to… Read more
Just heard Fed chair Janet Yellen give this great talk on inequality of wealth, income, and importantly, opportunity. I’ll have more to say later, but do give this a read. Some points that jumped out to me: –It’s fundamentally important that she gave this speech, as it was when President Obama gave a speech elevating… Read more