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User Profile: FollowClick to Follow tghilarducciTeresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducciLabor economist focusing on #retirement security. Director, Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) @SCEPA_economics at The New School.New York Cityretirementlab.orgJoined August 2010413 Following6,190 Followers


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jul 29Best explanation of what is weak about the economy. @joshbivens_DC always reliable! @EconomicPolicyQuote TweetEconomic Policy Institute@EconomicPolicy Jul 29We're not in a recession yet. But the Fed's overly aggressive interest rate hikes have made a recession much more likely in the coming months. https://epi.org/blog/not-a-recession-yet-the-feds-overly-aggressive-interest-rate-hikes-increase-risk-of-recession/ 21331


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jul 28The Fed is engineering a recession though they say they hope it won't come to that--a pale Fed hope that's like building a bridge and hoping it turns out to be a bunny rabbit.2610


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jul 20Unions help workers get higher pay and insurance, care for their aged loved ones, and their future selves. Thanks to my co-author @chrsdcook and team @SCEPA_economics you can read all about it in the new issue of Generationsgenerations.asaging.orgHow Unions Pave the Path to Elder Security | ASA GenerationsUnionized workers earn more, have better benefits, and have the security of a written contract protecting their rights.1612


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jul 20If anyone thought that workers wages were causing the sudden spike in inflation this new data will make you pause.us4.campaign-archive.comThe federal minimum wage is at an historic lowThis week's EPI News takes a look at the federal minimum wage, which is at a 66-year low. #RaisetheWage24

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Social Research: An International Quarterly@SocResJournal Jul 16 How we think about the future is rooted in memories of our past. The job of the environmental activist is to understand how humans lay down memories so they can bring the future forward. In Books that Matter II @tghilarducci writes on Warmth by Daniel Sherrell.138

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Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jul 11Clear and complete explainer by the ever-dependable Kathleen Romig about how Rubio's "wolf in sheep's clothing" plan to pay for parental leave weakens Social Security https://cbpp.org/blog/rubio-parental-leave-proposal-would-weaken-social-security @CenterOnBudgetcbpp.orgRubio Parental Leave Proposal Would Weaken Social Security | Center on Budget and Policy PrioritiesIn the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, Senator Marco Rubio has renewed his deeply flawed proposal that would force parents to choose between the paid leave...12


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 29With inflation now a top concern among the U.S. public, older workers are losing the race between wage gains and price increases according to research from @SCEPA_economics' ReLab. See the report here: https://ctt.ec/kUa92+ @sia_rdp @tghilarducci @chrsdcookeconomicpolicyresearch.orgOlder Workers Wages Are Growing But Not Fast Enough - The New School SCEPAJune 2022 Status of Older Workers Report By Owen Davis, Siavash Radpour, Eva Conway, Teresa Ghilarducci, and Christopher D. Cook With inflation now a top concern among the U.S. public, workers fa...47


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 23Controlling the cost of insulin is vital, and particularly so for seniors-- a third of whom have diabetes. Let's remember too that it is estimated that a quarter of those with diabetes aren't diagnosed-- another big hurdle to tackle.38


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 20As a share, are white workers more likely to have a paid holiday for Juneteenth than Blacks?114


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 19 You can only stretch so far : how inflation has gutted welfaretheguardian.com You can only stretch so far : how inflation has gutted welfareWelfare payments had already been fixed for decades in the US and that was before inflation hit record highs7


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 16Why Does The Federal Reserve Go To War With Workers? https://forbes.com/sites/teresaghilarducci/2022/06/15/why-does-the-federal-reserve-go-to-war-with-workers/ via @forbesforbes.comWhy Does The Federal Reserve Go To War With Workers?University of Texas economist Jaime Galbraith argues that the Fed just acts like it hates workers.38


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 16The Fed's rate hike sacrifices wages and worker bargaining power in the name of fighting inflation. We should be looking for better ways to fight inflation that doesn't hurt workers.forbes.comWhy Does The Federal Reserve Go To War With Workers?University of Texas economist Jaime Galbraith argues that the Fed just acts like it hates workers.127

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Columbia Aging Ctr@ColumbiaAging Jun 14More Americans (24%) are caring for more than 1 person. Our signature media training focuses on new policies & programs needed to preserve #caregiver health, longevity + #financialsecurity. #Journos, apply by 6/30 to become an Age Boom Academy 2022 Fellow: http://ageboom.columbia.eduColumbia Journalism and 9 others53

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Danny Groner@DannyGroner Jun 13Some retired employees may be heading back to work, but they're outliers, writes @tghilarducci https://bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-06-13/how-hard-is-it-to-unretire via @opinionbloomberg.comTo Fill the Job Gap, Rehiring Older Could Be WiserGoing back to work after retiring is hard, but there is plenty the federal government could do to combat age discrimination and improve training. 12

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National Council on Aging@NCOAging Jun 6.@tghilarducci adds "I'm also very concerned that the personal and home health care industry is building a business model on taking advantage of low paid older workers. ...33% of workers in that industry are over the age of 55." #AgeAction59

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National Council on Aging@NCOAging Jun 6"People are working again, but the older worker groups, 55-64 and 65 and above, have not come back in any significant way." - @tghilarducci underscores the impact of the previous administration NOT enforcing age discrimination law on current trends. #AgeAction27


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Jun 6Congratulations, @DarrickHamilton @gchelwa and Jim Stewart of @RacePowerPolicy @NSSRNews on this great achievementaeaweb.orgStratification Economics: Core Constructs and Policy Implications(June 2022) - This article introduces the core constructs of stratification economics to provide a coherent explanation for the persistence of intergroup inequalities. Aligned with the critical race...21335


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci May 26Getting Out of the Rat Race: Is an "Age of Leisure and Abundance" Possible? | Institute for New Economic Thinking //www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/getting-out-of-the-rat-race-is-an-age-of-leisure-and-abundance-possible #inet116


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci May 26Getting Out of the Rat Race: Is an "Age of Leisure and Abundance" Possible? | Institute for New Economic Thinking A comprehensive discussion of inequality with top notch economics and political and sociological interpretations. One of the best.ineteconomics.orgGetting Out of the Rat Race: Is an "Age of Leisure and Abundance" Possible?Keynes promised shorter working hours and greater prosperity by now. As remote as it sounds, that vision is still possible.1


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci May 23Aida Farmand and I just published a new paper, Monopsony Power, Race, and Gender in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance. Of import because very few studies on monopsony take into account racial & gender stratification. Read it here:oxfordre.comMonopsony Power, Race, and Gender"Monopsony Power, Race, and Gender" published on by Oxford University Press.27

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Economic Policy Institute@EconomicPolicy May 18Reproductive rights = economic rights. If Roe falls, the imminent loss of abortion rights also means the loss of economic security, independence, and mobility for millions of women. #RoeVsWade Learn more from @AshaBanerjeeepi.orgAbortion rights are economic rights: Overturning Roe v. Wade would be an economic catastrophe for...A leaked draft of a majority opinion authored by Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito strongly suggests that the court will rule to overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the two...43546

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Bloomberg Opinion@opinion May 18It's a lot easier to save 16% of your salary at 25 than 50% at 50 for retirement, writes @tghilarduccibloomberg.comThe Best Gift for College Graduates Is Help With RetirementIt's becoming harder than ever, but saving money early on is still the best way to guarantee a comfortable retirement.25


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci May 15David Leonhardt, NYT, quite good slips a bit 5/5/2022 in NYT p16 US is NOT a Gerontocracy. We treat vulnerable old and young population terribly. The Old Do Not Eat the Young http://newamerica.org/economic-growth/policy-papers/the-old-do-not-eat-the-young/ 12


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci May 6Next stop Espana!8


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 28I spoke with @SCEPA_economics research associate @odavis_ about what's happening been happening to older works these past few years-- take a look at our conversation @Forbes:forbes.comWhat s Going On With Older Workers?Roughly 1.3 million more people age 55 and older are retired today than we would expect absent the pandemic.11111

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Christopher D. Cook@chrsdcook Apr 26Retirees forced back to work as prices rise, w/ great analysis from @tghilarducci @SCEPA_economics:newsnationnow.comRetirees forced back to work as prices riseAs inflation in the U.S. hits 40-year highs, thousands of retirees are heading back to work in order to get by. But others are re-entering the labor force because they never wanted to leave to begi 36


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 26Such a pleasure and honor to be included in this important conversationQuote TweetKathleen Kennedy Townsend@KKT_Kennedy Apr 25Thanks to great champions of #retirementsecurity: Patrice Willoughby @NAACP, @mainstreetweets Chanda Causer and Diana Mora, @jenbrowndc of @AmericanU and @SenatorMenendez @BlackRock's Anne F. Ackerley @tghilarducci of @SCEPA_economics, @policydeb of @AARP19


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 22Workers need greater bargaining power to command stronger wages, benefits, rights, and conditions on the job. Here are some of the ways to measure it:forbes.comHow Do Economists Measure Worker Bargaining Power?In all the excitement about the crack in Amazon and Starbucks anti-union armor as first ever union wins in several stores, we may think that labor power is rising.24


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 22#TODAY @ 5pm ET join me and @WilliSemmler for a virtual performance of "The Steel Miller s Daughter: Love in a Changing Climate." A discussion with @marieclaireplus, @dekenessey, and others will follow. Register here:event.newschool.eduONLINE | The Steel Miller s Daughter: Love in a Changing ClimateStephen Kennedy Murphy s modern adaptation of Franz Schubert s The Millers Daughter is a one-hour series of video vignettes that reimagine the classic musical story through the lens of global warming...14


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 20For #earthday join me and @WilliSemmler, @SCEPA_economics @ 5pm this Friday for a virtual performance of "The Steel Miller s Daughter: Love in a Changing Climate" a panel with @marieclaireplus, @dekenessey, and others will follow. Register here:event.newschool.eduONLINE | The Steel Miller s Daughter: Love in a Changing ClimateStephen Kennedy Murphy s modern adaptation of Franz Schubert s The Millers Daughter is a one-hour series of video vignettes that reimagine the classic musical story through the lens of global warming...11


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 19How do economists measure bargaining power? Read Here https://forbes.com/sites/teresaghilarducci/2022/04/18/is-worker-power-rising-despite-big-union-wins-the-answer-may-surprise-you/ via @forbesforbes.comHow Do Economists Measure Worker Bargaining Power?In all the excitement about the crack in Amazon and Starbucks anti-union armor as first ever union wins in several stores, we may think that labor power is rising.21


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 18forbes.comHow Do Economists Measure Worker Bargaining Power?In all the excitement about the crack in Amazon and Starbucks anti-union armor as first ever union wins in several stores, we may think that labor power is rising.1

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NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt@NBCNightlyNews Apr 15As cryptocurrency grows in popularity, especially among marginalized communities, some experts are wary about its risks. @GadiNBC talks to The New School's Professor Darrick Hamilton. Watch much more tonight at 6:30 ET / 5:30 CT on @NBCNightlyNews (check local listings).0:1912.5K views73571

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Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 18I spoke with @NewsNation @ABonTV about older workers returning to work after being pushed out of the labor force before they were readynewsnationnow.comRetirees forced back to work as prices riseAs inflation in the U.S. hits 40-year highs, thousands of retirees are heading back to work in order to get by. But others are re-entering the labor force because they never wanted to leave to begi 26


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 15A Treasury Secretary on the side of workers?! WOW! Let s build on and deepen economic integration and the efficiencies it brings on terms that work better for American workers home.treasury.govRemarks by Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen on Way Forward for the Global EconomyAs prepared for delivery My thanks to Fred and the Atlantic Council for hosting me today. The course of the global economy over the past two years has been shaped by COVID-19 and our efforts to...117


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 15How should we respond to inflation?: http://eepurl.com/hZtXvz EPI says lower costs through public investment. I agree, but consumers and workers need more bargaining power. Get firms to absorb energy cost hikes through lower profits. So far, Corporate America just loves inflation.5


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 12Unretirement: Hidden forces fueling the back-to-work boom is the declining bargaining power of older workers. https://michigansthumb.com/news/article/Unretirement-Hidden-forces-fueling-the-17073687.php?utm_campaign=CMS%20Sharing%20Tools%20(Premium)&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral via @michigansthumbmichigansthumb.comUnretirement: Hidden forces fueling the back-to-work boom37


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 7American Elders Are Short-Changed 5 Years Of Healthy Retirement https://forbes.com/sites/teresaghilarducci/2022/04/07/american-elders-are-short-changed-5-years-of-healthy-retirement/ via @forbesforbes.comAmerican Elders Are Short-Changed 5 Years Of Healthy RetirementIt's sad to know that the American de facto plan for retirement is working longer and dying sooner.22


Teresa Ghilarducci@tghilarducci Apr 7What institutional labor economists have know for decades. Employers adjust entry requirements before they raise wages. Employers do what they can to expand the labor supply instead of digging into profits. https://bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-05/job-market-tightness-forces-work-requirements-rethink?sref=6sywTjmH via @BWbloomberg.comSuddenly Short of Workers, U.S. Is Forced to Rethink Job CredentialsAn ultra-tight job market has employers from law to health care dropping burdensome requirements.46



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