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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.
November 12, 2015 Yellow Canaries and Middle-Aged White Men
Startling new data from the National Academy of Sciences suggest that extreme inequality may be exacting a much steeper price ? on our health ? than we?ve up to now expected. Yellow Canaries and Middle-Aged White Men is a post on...
November 2, 2015 November 2015 Too Much: How Taxes Keep Wealth White
From the days of slavery to the 21st century rebirth of the poll tax, our tax system has been concentrating wealth at African-American expense, as legal scholar Andre Smith is documenting. November 2015 Too Much: How Taxes Keep...
November 1, 2015 How Taxes Have Kept Wealth White
From the days of slavery to the 21st century rebirth of the poll tax, our tax system has been concentrating wealth at African-American expense, as legal scholar Andre Smith details in a timely new book. How Taxes Have Kept Wealth...
October 31, 2015 By the Numbers: November
How to retire on $277,686 per month By the Numbers: November is a post on Too Much
October 1, 2015 The Real Secrets to Grand Fortune
The moneymaking techniques today generating mega millions, global business analyst Sam Wilkin is making plain, almost all rest on schemes for subverting honest market competition. The Real Secrets to Grand Fortune is a post on...
October 1, 2015 October 2015 Too Much: The Real Secrets to Grand Fortune
Click here to read the Too Much monthly issue for October 2015. The moneymaking techniques today generating mega millions and more, the global business analyst Sam Wilkin is making plain, almost all rest on schemes for defeating...
August 29, 2015 By the Numbers: September
The CEO pay reform that terrifies CEOs By the Numbers: September is a post on Too Much
August 29, 2015 New Channel for Recycling Too MuchBy the Numbers: September
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 else.The CEO pay reform that terrifies CEOs By the Numbers:...
August 24, 2015 In Search of Our First Trillionaire
No 13-digit fortune has yet appeared on the horizon. But if we wait until we get close enough to see one, warns wealth analyst Bob Lord, we may find our plutocracy set eternally in concrete. In Search of Our First Trillionaire is...
August 1, 2015 How Inequality Corrupts Success
In any society where great stashes of wealth amass at the top, philosopher Elizabeth Anderson reminds us, the wealthy will sooner or later see most of the rest of us as failures. How Inequality Corrupts Success is a post on Too...
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