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“A timely and very useful guide…Boushey assimilates a great deal of recent economic

research and argues that it amounts to a paradigm shift.――New Yorker“In Unbound

Heather Boushey presents the strongest documentation I have seen for the many ways in which

inequality is harmful to economic growth. Anyone interested in just about any aspect of economic

policy, from education to antitrust to macroeconomics, will learn something from this important

book.――Jason Furman, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers“A rising

tide used to lift all boats, but decades of rising economic inequality and wage stagnation have

changed that. In Unbound Heather Boushey provides a clear and compelling analysis of the many

ways income and wealth inequality limits our economic potential, drawing important lessons from

cutting-edge economic research. An invaluable addition to current economic policy debates,

Unbound is a must-read for those striving for inclusive economic growth.――Kimberly Clausing,

author of Open: The Progressive Case for Free Trade, Immigration, and Global Capital

“Copies of this book should be mailed to every legislator in the country. It is a powerful

summary of an enormous amount of the latest and best economics research on inequality,

presented clearly and explained with accessible prose.――Suresh Naidu, Columbia University

“There is a strange gap: a discipline like economics, which aims at achieving the greatest good

for the greatest number, ought to have long ago focused on how costly inequality is for all―or

almost all―of us. But no. Now, Bousheyâ€s Unbound expertly fills that gap.――J. Bradford

DeLong, University of California, Berkeley“A comprehensive and bracing view of how a

new generation of economists are rethinking one of the most fundamental social problems facing

societies around the world: inequality. Heather Boushey offers a road map for policies that can

lead to a more equitable and just society and underscores the need for bold thinking on political

economy.――David Weil, Dean and Professor, Heller School for Social Policy and

Management, Brandeis University“Piercing.――Richard Eisenberg, Next Avenue

Heather Boushey is President and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth and

former Chief Economist on Hillary Clintonâ€s transition team. She is the author of Finding Time:

The Economics of Work-Life Conflict and coeditor of After Piketty: The Agenda for Economics and

Inequality (both from Harvard). The New York Times has called Boushey one of the “most

vibrant voices in the field― and Politico twice named her one of the top 50 “thinkers, doers,


and visionaries transforming American politics.―

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