“For a long time economists—whose median income, according to a survey of the American Economic Association (aea), is $104,000 a year—considered minimum wages to be harmful.” Touché@TheEconomist on how views have begun to change.
The coronavirus pandemic is “undoubtedly” the most difficult economic challenge the gaming industry has faced, the head of the American Gaming Association said
The American Economic Association has now set up a confidential #metoo reporting system staffed by a trained Ombudsperson. It could be a big deal, potentially shifting victims from wondering if they're all alone to understanding that they're part of a larger group with rights.
The American Economic Association, which is as small-c conservative as any organization, has just released a statement about the protests and the broader project of racial justice. For the AEA to say this is really something. Change is afoot in the economics profession.
Public debt is not a big problem given low interest rates, says -- president of the American Economic Association, both a fine and a very sensible economist. Maybe the issue that dominated policy for years, at great cost, was the wrong issue?
Blanchard is president of the American Economic Association and previously chief economist of the IMF, also one of the world's leading macroeconomists. And what he's basically saying is that a debt-financed Green New Deal could be perfectly OK 2/
The American Economic Association speaks, finally condemning "misogyny, racism, homophobia, antisemitism" within the field.
Trump’s science cuts "would cripple American innovation and economic growth”—Association of American Universities