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Restoring Broadly Shared Prosperity: A conference volume
Restoring Broadly Shared Prosperity: A conference volume
By: Ray Marshall, ed.


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book, 216 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 1997
ISBN:944826709
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If broadly shared prosperity is in the public interest, what are the policies that might be followed to achieve it? Participants at a May 1997 conference, sponsored by EPI and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas-Austin, gathered to stimulate a discussion. Papers included in this volume address budgets and taxes, trade, inner-city employment, wages and the service sector, training, public and private sector labor market policies, education reform, public investment, economic mobility, community organizing, urban revitalization, and health care for low-income people. Contributors include Anthony Carnevale, Ernesto Cortes, Karen Davis, Donna Desrochers, Robert Eisner, Jeff Faux, Christopher King, Thea Lee, Donald Long, Daniel McMurrer, Robert McPherson, Isabel Sawhill, Elliott Sclar, Lester Thurow, Marc Tucker, Paula Voos, & William Julius Wilson.

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