Fellow, Economic Studies, Center on Children and Families
Scott Winship was a Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution, and directed the Social Genome Project within its Center on Children and Families. He departed in the fall of 2013.
U.S. Economic Performance
Opportunity and Well-being
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
July 16, 2013
May 15, 2013
April 30, 2013
Opinion | National Review Online
April 8, 2013
Opinion | National Review
March 27, 2013
Opinion | Forbes
February 18, 2013
Opinion | Americas Quarterly
December 11, 2012
November 27, 2012
Opinion | New York Times
October 19, 2012
Opinion | Reuters
October 18, 2012
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RT @RichardvReeves: How both the 'jingle' fallacy and 'jangle' fallacy undermine understanding of 'non-cognitive skills': Our latest: http://t.co/wQs8WgYpxM
RT @realclearpolicy: Workers' slice of the pie hasn't changed, says @swinshi in a piece featured today: http://t.co/qFcrblCKxb
@OliverSherouse Thx! I sometimes cringe at how clunky some of my pieces can be, but glad someone's working through them!
@carriesheffield pretty sure no, but that's prob bigger issue for 90/10 or 50/10 ineq than top 1% concentration
@MattVallone Thx. That's the standard way to look at "labor's" "income" in these analyses tho. Will give u pass since from NH (I'm from ME)
@ArronLN sure--email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thx.
.@DLeonhardt , do you guys have a topline summary of your (really fascinating) non-employed poll that excludes the officially unemployed?
This too--Belushi and Harold Ramis http://t.co/eaNj9cDLCp
My god, this is funny. "@Slate: Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch Send Up NPR in This 1997 Second City Sketch" http://t.co/cVHBpFszeI
@inclusionist I had a bet you'd tweet at me a third time!
@inclusionist @_jeffguo @jimtankersley says the lawyer
RT @jimtankersley: Productive entrepreneurship is declining in America. Rent-seeking is rising. Chapter 5 of Liftoff & Letdown: http://t.co/joEz2plOzy
RT @NROcorner: ‘Workers Get the Same Slice of the Pie as They Always Have’: Scott Winship explains.
@metropolicywonk If you think growth in pay has been unjust, then you need a different argument.
@metropolicywonk Saying that if ur benchmark is what's happened to productivity, then u don't have a case that growth in pay has been unjust
Me arguing labor's share of income hasn't fallen: http://t.co/VCrLZnM9uB http://t.co/ZTsTBN2LrJ
Just learned @Economics21 is now sharing office suite with @NLC (where I once was a fellow) and @ppi (for which I used to blog). #pastlife
@CoreyIac predicts that worker pay tied to *marginal* (gross) productivity. Charts look at *average* productivity. But it's a good point
@CoreyIac sure--all workers in the nonfarm business sector (supervisory and non-supervisory)
@monetarypolicy8 @nick_bunker & the post-2000 drop is all about the two recessions. Looks structural only because recovery between was short
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