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Sam Pizzigati, an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., has written extensively on corporate executive compensation and America's growing concentration of income and wealth. His analyses have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other major newspapers across the United States, as well as in academic journals like the Labor and Employment Relations Association's Perspectives on Work.
Pizzigati's latest book, Greed and Good: Understanding and Overcoming the Inequality that Limits Our Lives (Apex Press), has been rated an "outstanding title" of the year by the American Library Association (Choice, January 2006).
A veteran labor journalist, Pizzigati spent 20 years directing the publishing operations of America's largest trade union, the 3.2 million-member National Education Association. He currently edits Too Much, an online weekly on excess and inequality.
June 24, 2016 The Koch Brothers Cue the Music
A slick new ad campaign from America?s most notorious billionaires is tugging at our heartstrings ? and distorting the debate over inequality. The Koch Brothers Cue the Music is a post on Too Much
June 24, 2016 An Inequality Double-Whammy
From new research on the Great Recession, still more evidence that maldistributions of income and wealth really matter An Inequality Double-Whammy is a post on Too Much
June 8, 2016 Shareholders as Super Heroes?
Let?s stop waiting for corporate insiders to fix our growing executive pay mess. Say on pay isn't fixing anything. Shareholders as Super Heroes? is a post on Too Much
June 2, 2016 Policymakers, Listen to Your Hired Help
Our global economy will never become more productive, the developed world?s official research agency suggests, if we continue to let wealth concentrate. Policymakers, Listen to Your Hired Help is a post on Too Much
May 12, 2016 Can the Greedy Be Truly Generous?
Our hedge funds are celebrating another year of super earnings ? with more crumbs for the victims of the political choices that have made hedgies so rich. Can the Greedy Be Truly Generous? is a post on Too Much
April 25, 2016 AIAG Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing VToo MuchDid the Beatles Help Spark the Reagan Revolution?
Demands for con Too Much http://toomuchonline.org Dedicated to the notion that our world would be considerably more caring, prosperous, and democratic if we narrowed the vast gap that divides our wealthy from everyone...
April 25, 2016 Did the Beatles Help Spark the Reagan Revolution?
On this month?s 50th anniversary of one of the edgiest Beatles tracks, our rich have a reason to look back fondly on the lads from Liverpool. Did the Beatles Help Spark the Reagan Revolution? is a post on Too Much
April 1, 2016 A Rougher Road for Redistribution
Progress in the struggle against inequality seems to have stalled in the deeply divided societies of Latin America. What next? Tulane economist Nora Lustig has an insightful perspective. A Rougher Road for Redistribution is a...
March 3, 2016 By the Numbers
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March 2, 2016 Do We Need a Billionaire Class?
With worker-owned co-ops and other forms of democratic enterprise, historian and political economist Gar Alperovitz is helping America see, we can create wealth without creating a super wealthy. Do We Need a Billionaire Class? is...
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