who we are
A network of academic economists committed to an inclusive economy and society. Our members develop and discuss policy ideas based on sound scholarship.
We live in an age of astonishing inequality.
Income and wealth disparities between the rich and the poor in the United States have risen to heights not seen since the gilded age in the early part of the 20th century. Technological changes and globalization have fueled great wealth accumulation among those able to take advantage of them, but have left large segments of the population behind.Learn more
Join Economics for Inclusive Prosperity
Membership in the EfIP network is open to all academic economists. The “price of membership” for EfIP is a 10-12 page policy brief, which can be coauthored by up to 2 applicants, who should be academic economists.Learn more
The latest EfIP Policy Briefs
- Policy Brief 34
Inequality and the Decline of Small Business
- Policy Brief 33
New Directions in Macroeconomics
- Policy Brief 32
EfIP Online Panel: A New Macroeconomics?
- Policy Brief 31
Majoritarian versus Proportional Representation Voting
- Policy Brief 30
A Policy Matrix for Inclusive Prosperity
- Policy Brief 29
The Divide between Economic History and History: From Ideology to Methodology
- Policy Brief 28
Why, When, and How to Teach the Fundamentals of Inequality in Principles
- Policy Brief 27