Non-profit and non-partisan, the American Economic Liberties Project is part of a growing, cross- ideological movement to combat monopolistic corporations and the systems that entrench their power.
Economic Liberties develops ideas, engages with policymakers and the media, and collaborates with a broad range of stakeholders to dismantle concentrated economic power and advance economic liberty for all.
"The Other Red Tape" documents the ways dominant corporations threaten entrepreneurship and business growth and lays out how we can restructure markets to be open, fair, and competitive.
“The Truth About Google, Facebook, and Small Businesses" exposes the ways Google and Facebook prey on small businesses and inspire terror across the commercial landscape.
Our M&A database catalogues more than 1,300 significant mergers, exposing how large corporations use mergers and acquisitions to further consolidate the economy.
Our testimony for the House Committee on Oversight and Reform exposes AbbVie and its predecessors' long history of illegally delaying generic pharmaceuticals.
"The Courage to Learn" tells a previously untold but crucial story about how America’s economy works and why it’s not working well for so many of us.
The "Ledger of Harms” documents the ways concentrated economic power harms families and society, and maps out an agenda for confronting America's concentration crisis.
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NPR spoke with Economic Liberties' Sarah Miller about President Biden’s exciting decision to make Lina Khan Chair of the FTC and what to expect from the critical agency.
The New York Times featured a new initiative from Economic Liberties called “Access to Markets,” which aims to help entrepreneurs, businesses, and investors fight for a fairer commercial playing field.
PBS NewsHour hosted Executive Director Sarah Miller for a discussion about Big Tech’s toxic business model and why policymakers have a responsibility to break their growing monopoly power.
Writing for Momentum, Senior Advisor Morgan Harper detailed why the Biden administration must deliver for the Black community and take on America’s corporate crisis.
HuffPost profiled efforts by Economic Liberties, People’s Action, and 40 progressive allies to urge President Biden to publicly support the unionization effort of Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama.
The New York Times profiled Economic Liberties' Executive Director Sarah Miller and the growing political movement to take on corporate power.