The Biden Agenda – FP
News and analysis about the administration’s policies—and the people putting them into practice.
Don’t Blame America’s Wealthy. Blame the Game – FP, 29.10
A Trump administration tax law was supposed to spur investment in disadvantaged communities. It didn’t work that way. By Zachary Karabell, the author of Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power
Will Bidenomics Deliver? – PS, 5.08
Opinion is divided as to whether US President Joe Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar spending programs and accompanying competition policies are precisely what the US economy needs. But one thing is clear: the transformative rhetoric behind the administration’s economic agenda has created a huge weight of expectation.
Bidenomics: Evolution or Revolution – Goldman Sachs, 30.06.21
Are Bidenomics the Beginning of a New Economic Era? – Jack Janasiewicz, 24.06.21
How the new administration is rewriting the economic rulebook
What Will Bidenomics Mean for the US? – Montaigne Institute, 18.06.21
‘Biden Has a Much Tougher Job Than Nixon Did’ – FP, 7.07
The author of a new book about Richard Nixon’s transformation of the global economy 50 years ago sees parallels to today—only conditions are worse. By Michael Hirsh
Bidenomics Is ‘America First’ With a Brain – FP, 20.06
Trump’s economic revolution is alive and well—and continuing in abler hands. By Edward Alden, a columnist at Foreign Policy, a visiting professor at Western Washington University, and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
Bidenomics Really Is Something New – The Atlantic, 6.05.21
The president is willing to take on political fights that Obama and Clinton considered unwise, if not unwinnable. Will that strategy pay off? By Ronald Brownstein
- Bidenomics Takes Root in Europe’s Economically Fragile South – 3.05.21
Italy, Spain and Greece plan to revamp their economies. If it doesn’t work, a mountain of debt could revive eurozone tensions.
- How Bidenomics Seeks to Remake the Economic Consensus – WSJ, 7.04.21
Declaring end to neoliberalism, new thinkers play down constraints of deficits, inflation and incentives
- Behind Biden’s Big Plans: Belief That Government Can Drive Growth – WSJ, 30.03.21
Multitrillion-dollar spending program would reverse Reagan-era tacit understanding that public sector is less efficient than the private in allocating resources
- The Cost of Bidenomics – WSJ, 18.10.20
A new study on Biden’s tax, health-care, energy and regulation proposals predicts $6,500 less in median household income by 2030.
- Bidenomics May Repeat FDR’s Blunder – WSJ, 28.09.20
Democrats propose new taxes similar to those that plunged America back into depression in 1937.
Bidenomics: the good the bad and the unknown – The Economist, 3.10.20
Joe Biden should be more decisive and ambitious about America’s economy
- Bidenomics can preserve support for capitalism – FT, 22.10.20
No radical, the Democrat wants to save markets by softening them
- Bidenomics: sharp shift to left touts workers over wealth – FT, 28.09.20
Democratic nominee campaigned as a moderate but claims most progressive economic plan since FDR
Economic policy of the Joe Biden administration – wikipedia
U.S. Democrats Can Learn From the European Left’s Failures – FP, 4.06
The demise of center-left parties across Europe is a warning to Democrats focused on divisive cultural issues rather than bread-and-butter economics. By Sheri Berman, a professor of political science at Barnard College, Columbia University
It’s official: The US is now a ‘social democracy’ – The Business Times, 16.03
The American Rescue Plan aims to move the economy in a social-democratic direction through income distribution from the rich to those who are poorer.
A ‘New Progressive Era’ Or A ‘Stalled Revolution’? Debating Biden’s First 100 Days – MSNBC, 27.04.21
- As the country approaches President Biden’s first 100 days in office, writers Anand Giridharadas and Ramesh Ponnuru debate Biden’s record thus far.
What progressives think of Biden’s first 100 days – CBS, 27.04.21
- President Joe Biden is approaching the 100-day mark in his term. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Joel Payne and Briahna Joy Gray, the former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign, join CBSN’s Tanya Rivero with how progressives are reacting to Biden’s first 100 days.
Can social democracy work in America? My long-read Q&A with Lane Kenworthy – James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, 2020
What Is Democratic Socialism? Whose Version Are We Talking About? – By Maggie Astor, NY Times, 2019
Bernie Is Not a Socialist and America Is Not Capitalist. Scandinavia is, by one measure, a freer market than the United States – Marian Tupy, The Atlantic, 2016