April 11, 2022 — In an essay for The New Republic, Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller details why President Biden must embrace a sustained battle against corporate power and rally his party around a working-class and small business agenda.
April 8, 2022 — With mounting evidence that corporate power is a key contributing factor to record-high inflation, Economic Liberties today released model legislation designed to stop large corporations from illegally colluding to raise prices or keep wages down.
March 23, 2022 — "The Dirtiest Dozen," a paper written in partnership with Hedge Clippers, Little Sis, Public Accountability Initiative, New York Communities for Change, New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness, Strong Economy for All, and the Invest in Our New York coalition, catalogs 12 of New York state’s worst economic development deals.
May 3, 2022 (Updated) — "A New Era" details how the Federal Trade Commission, led by Chair Lina Khan, is engaging in more effective, modern, and democratic enforcement to better protect consumers, workers, and independent businesses.
January 12, 2021 — “Minority-Owned Media and the Digital Duopoly," a paper written in partnership with MediaJustice and the News Media Alliance, examines the history of minority-owned media and the impact of the ascendance of big tech platforms, such as Facebook and Google, on minority-owned outlets and those targeting underrepresented communities.
January 12, 2021 — We break down New York's 933A, legislation that, if passed, will provide New Yorkers with important new protections from the abuses of dominant corporations.