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.
“Tools for Taking on Big Tech’s Economic Power: A Guide for State Lawmakers" examines the problems harms posed by Big Tech, outlines potential policy solutions for state and local lawmakers.
“Democracy for Sale" uses statistical analyses to unravel the dangerously close relationship between corporate concentration and antidemocratic political influence.
"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 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 Truth About Google, Facebook, and Small Businesses" exposes the ways Google and Facebook prey on small businesses and inspire terror across the commercial landscape.
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.
Engage with the Economic Liberties team and our network of policymakers, academics, journalists, and activists at upcoming events.
Supply Chain Fragility: How To Rebuild A Resilient System
Learn how the policy choices made over the last 50 years left us with a brittle and broken supply chain that has resulted in small businesses falling through the cracks. And hear what policymakers like Senator Tammy Baldwin are doing to build a resilient supply chain.
Billions in Chinese Imports Dodge Inspection & Taxes, Now What?
A loophole in U.S. trade law allows Big Tech to import billions of dollars of unsafe, counterfeit, and forced labor-made goods from Beijing. Learn how the U.S. House is working to fix it and how the Senate may block the solution.
Taking on Big Pharma Monopolies to End the Pandemic: The Latest Data, Policy Options
We can end the pandemic, but it requires taking action now to break Big Pharma’s monopoly control of COVID-19 vaccines, diagnostic tests, and treatments.
Economic Liberties’ Virtual Town Hall with the White House National Economic Council
Join us for a town hall event featuring White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese, National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti, and Special Assistant to the President for Technology and Competition Policy Tim Wu.
Building Local Power to Confront Corporate Dominance: Lessons from State and City Leaders
Join the American Economic Liberties Project, New York State Senator Michael Gianaris, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, and other state and local leaders to discuss the fight to challenge corporate power at the state and local level.
Beefing Up Antitrust Enforcement: How to Revitalize American Agriculture feat. AG Keith Ellison and USDA Senior Advisor Andy Green
Join the American Economic Liberties Project and the National Farmers Union on November 1 at 12 pm ET the concrete steps policymakers must take to revive competition in American agriculture.
Keep up to date on the latest news about and opinions from the Economic Liberties team.
Vox spoke with Economic Liberties’ Nidhi Hegde about our new Access to Markets Initiative and how big corporations are stifling small business and entrepreneurship in the U.S.
Writing for The New York Times, Pat Garofalo illustrated why states and cities should bar elected officials and other economic development officials from signing nondisclosure agreements with corporations.
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.
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.
Economic Liberties’ Steering Committee Member Zephyr Teachout joined MSNBC’s The Last Word to discuss President Biden’s watershed Executive Order on competition policy.
The New York Times profiled Economic Liberties' Executive Director Sarah Miller and the growing political movement to take on corporate power.