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Wiemers Talks to the New York Times About Wealth Created by the Pandemic Housing Market

May 2, 2022

Emily Wiemers, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, was quoted in the New York Times article "The Extraordinary Wealth Created by the Pandemic Housing Market."

Engelhardt Speaks to the Washington Post About the Impact of Inflation on Retirees

March 28, 2022

Professor Gary Engelhardt was quoted in the Washington Post article "Fewer hot showers, less meat: How retirees on fixed incomes are dealing with inflation." 

Michelmore featured in WAER article on changes to Child Tax Credit

July 6, 2021
Katherine Michelmore, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, was featured in the WAER article, "Could New Child Tax Credit End Poverty for Many US Children? SU Expert on Impact." 

Wolf Study on Minimum Wage, Infant Mortality Featured on CNY Central

June 23, 2021
A study by Douglas Wolf, Gerald B. Cramer Professor of Aging Studies, was featured in the CNY Central article "New SU study shows that raising the minimum wage could save lives." 

Faricy quoted in MarketWatch article on Child Tax Credit payouts

June 1, 2021
Christopher Faricy was quoted in the article, "Monthly payments of up to $300 per child are starting for most families — and could keep coming for years."

Flores-Lagunes discusses open jobs, unemployment on Syracuse.com

May 27, 2021
Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, professor of economics, was quoted in the Syracuse.com article, "An epidemic of open jobs and the unemployed in CNY; for many, work doesn’t work anymore."

Faricy cited in NY Times article on state and local tax deduction debate

May 4, 2021
Christopher Faricy's book "Welfare for the Wealthy: Parties, Social Spending, and Inequality in the United States" (Cambridge University Press, 2015) was cited in the New York Times article, "Why a $10,000 Tax Deduction Could Hold Up Trillions in Stimulus Funds." 

Burman piece on Biden's capital gains tax proposal published in Forbes

April 30, 2021
 "This [proposal] is a significant reform that would close loopholes that fuel inefficient tax sheltering and make the income tax more progressive, and help pay for some of Biden’s domestic policy wish list," writes Leonard Burman, Paul Volcker Chair in Behavioral Economics. 

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