Jeff Madrick | posted August 4, 2009 (web exclusive)
Aug 4, 2009 ... Two new studies indicate that Wall Street's profits and bonuses are vastly disproportionate to the value the industry adds to the economy.
Other Essays & Articles
Harpers February 2014 issue
The Digital Revolution That Wasn’t
Harpers January 2014 issue
"The Influence of the Financial Media Over International Economic Policy," International Capital Markets, eds., John Eatwell and Lance Taylor, Oxford University Press, 2002"A Good Story Isn't Always the Right One To Tell," Nieman Reports, Nieman Foundation, Harvard University, Summer 2002
The solid growth is not merely a lucky accident. This economy was not going to stay in the muck forever in the face of enormous military and security spending, as well as two of the largest tax cuts in the nation's history - even if they did go largely to the rich. But there are many ways to stimulate an economy in the short run. For example, you could eliminate all environmental regulations. Reduced costs would stimulate all kinds of companies to pump up investment. But what kind of nation would that leave us?By: Jeff Madrick|Date: Nov 9, 2003
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How to Fix Our Broken Economy. MADRICK, JEFF. October 22, 2007 issue ... Enron, the Media and the New Economy. Madrick, Jeff. April 1, 2002 issue ...