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Why the 21st Century Antitrust Act is Critical for New York Workers

LaborState and Local Policy

May 10, 2022 — The New Yorkers for a Fair Economy coalition released a report that reveals a striking correlation between declining wages within the warehouse and delivery industry and the growth of Amazon’s dominance in New York State.

The American Prospect: A Community Hospital in Deep-Red Wyoming


April 27, 2022 — In The American Prospect, Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik penned an essay about how one community in rural Wyoming is trying to fight back against PE giant Apollo’s destruction of their hospitals and broader community.

Stakeholder Capitalism’s Next Frontier: Pro- or Anti-monopoly?

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

April 27, 2022 — “Stakeholder Capitalism’s Next Frontier: Pro- or Anti-Monopoly?” provides a detailed examination of the growing stakeholder capitalism movement and argues that its failure to embrace anti-monopoly principles is undermining its own objectives.

Jacobin: Emergency Room Doctors Are Organizing Against Profit-Driven Health Care


April 19, 2022 — In Jacobin, Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik explained why in the face of staff shortages, patient surges, and the chaos of COVID-19, emergency room doctors are starting to organize.

The Lever: Out Of The ER, Into The Street


April 19, 2022 — Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik detailed why emergency physicians are enraged by Wall Street’s takeover of their profession, and how they are rising up and speaking out.

ProMarket: Inflation, Corporate Power, and the Forgotten New Deal

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

April 13, 2022 — Economic Liberties’ Research Manager and Editor Erik Peinert wrote a piece for ProMarket detailing the ways that the Biden administration can take on inflation and the economic disruptions of supply, employment, and output plaguing the U.S.