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DOLE welcomes defeat of US anti-outsourcing bill
The Visayan Daily Star, August 20, 2012
Pedde: Humility Over Hubris
The Dartmouth, July 31, 2012
BPOs welcome US Senate rejection of anti-outsourcing bill
ABS-CBNnews.com, July 30, 2012
Rejection Of Anti-Outsourcing Bill Welcomed
Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation, July 29, 2012
Howard Dean tackles Coolidge-era economy
The Dartmouth, July 27, 2012
CBO's Panel of Economic Advisers
Congressional Budget Office, July 26, 2012
Outsourcing's Net Effect on U.S. Jobs Still 'an Open-Ended Question'
The Washington Post, July 1, 2012
Financial outlook depends on elections around the world
USA TODAY, June 21, 2012
How Skilled Immigrants Create Jobs
The Wall Street Journal, June 20, 2012
When An Unemployment Rate Decline is Bad News
US News & World Report, May 4, 2012
U.S. Firms Add Jobs, but Mostly Overseas
The Wall Street Journal, April 27, 2012
How big business policies can promote small business interests
The Washington Post, March 30, 2012
MOFCOM warns no foul play
Global Times, March 22, 2012
Surprise choice at World Bank ticks boxes of America’s allies
The Financial Times, March 24, 2012
Solar-Trade Fight Flares Up
The Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2012
How to Avoid a Wind and Solar Trade War
The Wall Street Journal, March 13, 2012
This Time it’s Serious
The Economist, February 16, 2012
America is becoming a less attractive place to do business.
Has the U.S. lost its will to compete in the global economy?
The Washington Post, February 16, 2012
Why Manufacturing Still Matters
The New York Times, February 10, 2012
Ideologies clash over how to create US jobs
The Financial Times, December 16, 2011
Census Confronts Budget Ax
The Wall Street Journal, October 31, 2011
Business Risks Becoming Target of Jobs Anger
The Wall Street Journal, October 10, 2011
U.S. seeking foreign investment increase
UPI.com, October 10, 2011
White House Aims to Lure More Foreign Investment
The Wall Street Journal, October 9, 2011
Buffett’s Moral Foundation Shapes Tax Idea: Roger Lowenstein
Bloomberg BusinessWeek, September 29, 2011
Only Advanced-Degree Holders See Wage Gains
The Wall Street Journal, September 19, 2011
A Sorry Story of American Trade
The Economist, September 19, 2011
Career take on the world economy
Handelsblatt, August 31, 2011
Slaughter: The crucial connection between potholes and U.S. jobs
Star-Telegram, August 31, 2011
Bernanke Scholar Tells Bernanke Fed Chief Be Bold on Policy
Bloomberg Businessweek, August 26, 2011
Behind the Downgrade: What's Ailing The U.S. Economy?
Forbes, August 6, 2011
What Poor Patent Protection Costs Us
Knowledge@Wharton Today, June 6, 2011
China IP: The Easy Fix for U.S. Economic Woes?
Business Insider, June 6, 2011
Why Don’t Jobs and Corporate Profits Match Up?
Time, June 3, 2011
Economists Tell Congress to Enact Spending Cuts
New American Magazine, May 14, 2011
Update on Globalizations’ Flows : Part 1, Human Capital
Enterprise Resilience Management Blog, May 3, 2011
Big U.S. Firms Shift Hiring Abroad
The Wall Street Journal, April 19, 2011
Working on It
The Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2011
U.S. Can’t Afford Infrastructure Improvements That Could Be 'Key To Recovery'
Huffington Post, April 12, 2011
Where America's jobs went
The Week, March 18, 2011
China Forces Global Shift in Commerce
The Wall Street Journal, March 10, 2011
“Business is Booming” The American Prospect Harold Meyerson 28Jan2011
The Washington Post, February 11, 2011
Can US economy thrive as China rises?
The Christian Science Monitor, February 7, 2011
The US economy retains top status, but Beijing's economic engine is shrewdly built – and set to propel China forward fast.
Comparative Advantage and American Jobs
The Wall Street Journal, Janauray 26, 2011
President Obama announced last week that he has created a Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, headed by General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt. This is welcome news, as America has much to do to address its jobs crisis.
"Financial regulation: A line is drawn"
Financial Times, June 30, 2010
Dean Slaughter compares the Glass-Steagall Act to the latest financial regulation proposed by Senator Chris Dodd and Representative Barney Frank.
"Fifteen Economists Issue Crisis-Prevention Manual"
The New York Times, June 15, 2010
Dean Slaughter discusses "The Squam Lake Report," a book of recommendations on financial regulations he helped write with 14 another academics.
"Obama Trade Goals Face Doubts"
The Wall Street Journal, April 28, 2010
Dean Slaughter comments on the possible employment gains associated with President Obama's goal of doubling exports.
"How to Create a Job"
TIME, March 18, 2010
Dean Slaughter discusses the need for long-term solutions in job creation.
"The Comeback: Defining the American Middle Class in Recession"
ABC World News, March 15, 2010
Dean Slaughter finds that Americans only save one penny for every dollar earned.
The Economist, March 11, 2010
Dean Slaughter suggests the president's export goal will not benefit the economy in the near term.
"Working Without a Standard Playbook, the Fed Plans Its Moves on Rate"
The New York Times, February 19, 2010
Dean Slaughter comments on the need for the Federal Reserve’s to shrink its balance sheet.
"Obama’s Efforts To Boost Exports Face Hurdle"
National Public Radio, February 4, 2010
Dean Slaughter discusses the American public’s skepticism of free trade policies.
"Exelon to Quit Chamber Over Climate Bill"
The New York Times, September 29, 2009
Dean Slaughter discusses how climate change legislation will have an effect on companies more than other business policy issue.
Portfolio.com, September 29, 2009
Dean Slaughter comments on the growing divide in opposition to climate change legislation.
"U.S. groups back role of global companies"
Financial Times, March 16, 2009.
The article cites Slaughter’s new report explaining how U.S. multinational companies strengthen, not hurt, the U.S. economy.
"What the banks may be hiding"
National Public Radio's Marketplace, February 11, 2009.
Dean Slaughter says there would be a healthy benefit of banks becoming more transparent because it could reduce the degree of uncertainty among investors.
"G.M.'s Troubles Stir Question of Bankruptcy"
The New York Times, November 13, 2008.
Dean Slaughter speaks in favor of assisting U.S. auto workers and their communities rather than particular auto companies.
The Economist, October 9, 2008.
A segment of this year's special report on the world economy discusses trade and investment policy and cites Dean Slaughter and David Marchick's Council on Foreign Relations report that warns of a global shift toward economic protectionism.
"Love Me, Love Me Not"
The Economist, July 10, 2008.
Dean Slaughter calls attention to America's protectionist drift and argues that foreign direct investment plays a vital role in economic growth.
"Foreign Investment in City Is Growing, Report Finds"
The New York Times, June 27, 2008.
Dean Slaughter discusses the role of foreign direct investment in New York City.
"Economists Rethink Free Trade"
Business Week, January 31, 2008.
Dean Slaughter discusses America's income growth inequality, and he outlines steps to spread the gains from globalization to more workers.
"4 Reasons Consumers Brush Off Bad News"
U.S. News & World Report, November 27, 2007.
Dean Slaughter lists the reasons that American exports are growing.
"Bulk of cargo now bound for Asia"
NPR Marketplace, November 20, 2007.
Dean Slaughter says that overseas consumption growth could help stimulate economic expansion worldwide.
"Buying Off the Opposition"
The Economist, November 8, 2007.
Dean Slaughter is cited for his Foreign Affairs essay, "A New Deal for Globalization."
"Nightly Business Report for Monday, October 15th"
PBS Nightly Business Report, October 15, 2007.
Dean Slaughter points out that inflation adjusted wages have been flat for majority of Americans over the past six years.
"Globalization Study Moves Past Rhetoric"
in David Wessel's "Capital" column in The Wall Street Journal, July 26, 2007.
Dean Slaughter is cited for his Financial Services Forum research report, "Succeeding in the Global Economy: A New Policy Agenda for the American Worker."
"The Case for Taxing Globalization's Big Winners"
in David Wessel's "Capital" column in The Wall Street Journal, June 15, 2007.
Dean Slaughter is cited for his Foreign Affairs essay, "A New Deal for Globalization."
"The 'Insourcing' Problem"
The Wall Street Journal house editorial, December 1, 2004.
Dean Slaughter receives praise for his Organization for International Investment research report, "Insourcing Jobs: Making the Global Economy Work for America."
The Wall Street Journal house editorial, May 27, 2004.
Dean Slaughter is citied for his Daily Tax Report study, "Globalization and Employment by U.S. Multinationals: A Framework and Facts."