The CEA's analysis of the August '23 Personal Consumption Expenditures report.
CEA Chair Jared Bernstein gives remarks at the Economic Policy Institute’s “What’s Next: Worker-Center Policy in the US and Global Economy” in Washington, D.C.
The CEA's analysis of the August '23 Consumer Price Index report.
K-12 absenteeism has increased since the onset of COVID-19 and has contributed to falling test scores. Improving engagement is key for student success and the...
Ahead of the Census Bureau’s release of the 2022 income, poverty, and health insurance report, the CEA outlines expectations and important contextual information.
The CEA's analysis of the August '23 Jobs report.
Biden’s IIA agenda may be helping spur foreign investment in U.S. manufacturing construction, expanding the U.S. economy’s production capacity.
A new student loan repayment plan (SAVE) offers lower monthly payments. This CEA blog highlights another benefit: no more ballooning interest.
Improved supply chains, greater labor supply and some labor market cooling have helped to ease inflationary pressures and fuel wage gains