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– “Rising Inequality, Recession, and Slow Recovery: A Sad American Tale” Steven Fazzari with Barry Cynamon.  Intereconomics, volume 48, number 6 (December, 2013).   Link to Published Version

– “Aggregate Demand, Instability, and Growth” Steven Fazzari with Piero Ferri, Edward Greenberg, and Anna Maria Variato.  Review of Keynesian Economics, volume 1 (2013), 1-21.   Link to Published Version (pdf)

– “How the Great Moderation Became a (Contained) Depression and What to Do About It” Steven Fazzari with Barry Cynamon and Mark Setterfield, World Financial Review, March 2013. Link to Published Version

–  “Accomplished and Embattled: Understanding Obama’s Presidency.” Theda Skocpol; Political Science Quarterly 127(1) (Spring 2012).

- “Social Security and Democracy.” Casey B. Mulligan, Ricard Gil and Xavier X. Sala-i-Martin; The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 2010, 10(1), pp. 17.

- “Simple Analytics and Empirics of the Government Spending Multiplier and Other “Keynesian” Paradoxes.” Casey B. Mulligan; The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics,, 2011, 11(1), pp. 1.


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The Redistribution Recession, Casey Mulligan, University of Chicago:

Inequality, the Great Recession and the Slow Recovery,  Steven Fazzari, Washington University:

The Inequality Challenge in American Politics and Public Policy, Theda Skocpol, Harvard University:


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