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The Pulse

In Case You Missed It: Working Any Which Way You Can

In this issue, we have new thinking on the job market, innovations in the social sector, overhauling taxes, and the decline of American exceptionalism.

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In Case You Missed It: The Business of Low-Wage Work

In this issue, thinking on corporations’ relationship to the state and taxes, impact investing’s promise and the utility of raising the minimum wage.

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In Case You Missed It: The Great Wealth Divide

In this issue, we have new thinking on the minimum wage, inequality, the trajectory of philanthropy, and the Dalai Lama talks free enterprise.

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In Case You Missed It: Investing in Social and Financial Returns

In this issue, we have more thinking on jobs data, the erosion of the American Dream, insecurity over inequality, and impact investing.

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In Case You Missed It: The Economic Immobility Challenge

This week we explore surprising news on mobility, marriage as a poverty cure, whether apprenticeships can fix the skills gap, and the sin of doing good deeds.

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In Case You Missed It: The Debate Over Opportunity For All

In this week’s issue, we have a variety of reactions to the State of the Union, with thoughts on the relationship between the work ethic and the free market, the business case for reducing inequality, and innovation in philanthropy.

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In Case You Missed It: The Capital State of the Union

In this issue, the president’s middle class plea, “inclusive capitalism,” trade deals vs. wages, poverty stress, Davos, and whether impact investors expect too much.

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In Case You Missed It: Pursuing 'Poverty Wherever It Exists'

In this issue, we have the debate on the “war on poverty” and its relationship to jobs, the latest jobs report woes and misconceptions about private foundations.

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In Case You Missed It: Charting 2013's Economic Woes

In this issue, there’s discussion of poverty and raising the wage floor; the need for relocation grants; the skills gap issue; and a look back at the 2013 economy.

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In Case You Missed It: Morality and Worker Pay

In this issue, there are thoughts on U.S. poverty; the minimum wage and social safety nets; whether inequality is at the center of economic woes; and Dickens.