Congress’s Constitutional Obligation to Compensate Workers for Job Loss
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NEWARK, NJ — November 3, 2020 — It is the eve of the 2020 election and still no agreement has been reached on a second coronavirus relief bill. The Democrats still hold out for the maximum while Republicans have gradually been coming up in what they are willing to pay. And yet, the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, refuses …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanCongress’s Constitutional Obligation to Compensate Workers for Job Loss
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If Only We Had a Meaningful Discussion About Taxes
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NEWARK, NY — October 19, 2020 — As we move into the two final weeks of the 2020 election, we are once again hearing about taxes. The Trump people claim that Biden will raise everybody’s taxes, and Biden claims that Trumps tax cuts need to be repealed because they have only benefitted the wealthy. Well they are both right and …

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The Roots of Polarization Lie in the Economy
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Oren M. Levin-Waldman is faculty member in the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark, and Socioeconomic Research Scholar at Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity Research. Learn more at the professor’s Website: https://www.econlabor.com/. Direct email to olevinwaldman@gmail.com. Listen to SocioEconomic Research Prof. Oren M. Levin-Waldman’s discussion of his most recent essay, “The Roots of Polarization Lie in the …

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The Next Supreme Court Justice Could be Critical to Worker Rights and the Survival of the Middle Class
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NEWARK, NJ — September 22, 2020 — In the wake of the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the selection of the next Supreme Court justice has enormous implications. This promises to be a battle royale because of the potential to change the future direction of the Court for years to come. Conservatives, of course, will view this as an …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe Next Supreme Court Justice Could be Critical to Worker Rights and the Survival of the Middle Class
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In Defense of Varieties of Capitalism (VoC) By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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In the current campaign for the presidency, we hear quite often that the choice before us is between capitalism and socialism. Or worse, a vote for socialism may actually be a vote for communism. For some, any type of governmental involvement, whether through regulation, public programs, or even taxes is viewed as socialism.  Capitalism, after all, requires unfettered markets along …

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The Roots of Polarization Lie in the Economy
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NEWARK, NJ — August 10, 2020 — The U.S. has long been divided along ideological lines. Republicans and conservatives are to be found disproportionately in what are referred to as “red” states while Democrats and liberals are in what are referred to as “blue” states. The nation has been even more polarized since the 2016 election, and the 2020 election …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe Roots of Polarization Lie in the Economy
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COVID-19 and the Need to Lower the Retirement Age
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NEWARK, NJ — July 13, 2020 — With coronavirus cases around the country rising and some states slowing the pace of reopening their economies, there are those calling for additional stimulus payments, as well as extending the CARES Act protections. Perhaps a different approach needs to be taken. With a vaccine long off in the future, it is becoming abundantly …

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Rethinking the Need for a National Industrial Policy
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NEWARK, NJ — June 16, 2020 — The country is beginning to reopen and the cold reality is that the economy will not be what it was before, nor should it be. Perhaps COVID-19 and the economic havoc due to government forced shutdowns ought to be a wake-up call that globalism which has been good for certain economic interests is …

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Labor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
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NEWARK, NJ — June 1, 2020 — Over the last few decades we have seen a tendency in many cases not to enforce anti-trust laws, which were designed to break up monopolies in restraint of free trade. The argument has been that the development of big box stores and/or chains, even if it does reduce competition in the marketplace, has …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanLabor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
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The New Inequality Part II
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NEWARK, NJ — May 19, 2020 — As the country begins a process of reopening, and increasingly more people, especially those deemed non-essential workers, are protesting against the lock-downs, we are seeing more clearly the fault-lines in the economy. On one level, there is a class warfare going on between economic elites who are able to work remotely and ordinary …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe New Inequality Part II
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