By Leslie McCall, CUNY, and Jennifer Sherman, Washington State University
This growing labor momentum presents an opportunity to mobilize people from across the political spectrum around the idea that all workers — not just those in unions — should share in the profits they help create.
By Katrina Ligett, Hebrew University, and Kobbi Nissim, Georgetown University
Financial incentives drive a complex data ecosystem finely tuned to harvest every possible detail about us: our shopping habits, social and romantic relationships, finances, physical and mental health, religious beliefs, political views, and much more.
On the whole, Medicare Advantage beneficiaries are less sick than plans claim and healthier than people in regular Medicare, meaning the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services can cut costs without cutting care.