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Sam Pizzigati

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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.

April 4, 2015 By the Numbers: April

By the Numbers: April is a post on Too Much

April 3, 2015 By the Numbers: March

By the Numbers: March is a post on Too Much

April 2, 2015 Our ?Stealth Politics? of Inequality

Average Americans today have essentially zilch influence on public policy. You don?t need to trust your gut on that. Northwestern University political scientist Benjamin Page has the data. Our ?Stealth Politics? of Inequality is...

March 3, 2015 March 2015 Too Much: Segregation?s Insidious New Look

Racial segregation dominated the American residential landscape for generations. We can?t afford, suggests the research of Stanford?s Sean Reardon, to let economic segregation have anywhere near as long a run. March 2015 Too...

March 2, 2015 Segregation?s Insidious New Look

Racial segregation dominated the American residential landscape for generations. We can?t afford, suggests the research of Stanford?s Sean Reardon, to let economic segregation have anywhere near as long a run. Segregation?s...

February 3, 2015 February 2015 Too Much: Grand Fortunes, Grand Waste

Good things trickle down from the top, cheerleaders for grand fortune like to argue, when wealth concentrates. In real life, suggests economist Robert Frank, growing inequality makes things worse even for its ostensible...

February 1, 2015 Our Grand Fortunes, Our Grand Waste

Good things trickle down from the top, cheerleaders for grand fortune like to argue, when wealth concentrates. In real life, suggests economist Robert Frank, inequality makes things worse even for its ostensible beneficiaries. ...

January 6, 2015 January 2015 Too Much: Two Irrepressible Egalitarians

British epidemiologists Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett have changed how the world thinks about economic inequality ? and they have a wealth of new insights to share. January 2015 Too Much: Two Irrepressible Egalitarians is a...

January 5, 2015 Two Irrepressible Egalitarian Spirits

British epidemiologists Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett have changed how the world thinks about economic inequality ? and they have a wealth of new insights to share. Read the complete Too Much interview . . . Two...

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