Senior Director, Tax Policy
Aligning corporations and financial markets with the public interest and ensuring that all corporations are playing by the same rules. Our team focuses on strengthening financial regulations and matters of environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG).
Supporting a progressive recovery, American industries, and supply chains are all crucial to creating a stronger and more inclusive economy. Our team examines the progress being made toward an equitable economic recovery and advocates for policies that promote wealth-building by all.
Working to encourage the growth of union memberships and facilitating sectoral bargaining. Our efforts focus on executive and administrative reforms, modernizing union and labor laws, and building power for workers at all levels of government.
Senior Director, Tax Policy
Senior Fellow; Senior Adviser, American Worker Project
Senior Director, American Worker Project
Director, Infrastructure Policy
Senior Policy Analyst, Housing Policy
The Business, Government, and Workers team is committed to producing robust investments in people, jobs, physical capital, and the environment to achieve more inclusive and more sustainable growth. We partner with experts from different fields and walks of life to ensure our efforts help create an economy that works for all.
David Madland explains why Congress should develop a new prevailing wage policy for electric vehicle jobs.
Karla Walter outlines four strategies for states to ensure new federal infrastructure funds from the IIJA create good jobs and boost equity in local communities.
David Madland outlines several lessons learned from the historic nationwide contracts that Amazon workers in Italy signed in 2021 and suggests a path forward for unionized workers at Amazon's Staten Island warehouse, who must now try to sign a collective bargaining agreement.
American workers have won major victories at Amazon, Starbucks, and elsewhere; but Congress must act to ensure all workers can exercise their right to join a union.
This report outlines four proven ways to ensure that new federal infrastructure investments create good jobs, boost equity, and support good value.
Facilitated by worker activism, supportive policy, and a sectoral bargaining system, unions in Italy signed a collective bargaining agreement with Amazon, offering optimism for U.S. workers seeking to negotiate with the company.
David Madland writes about why Congress must prohibit firms from deducting the costs of their anti-union activities from their corporate taxes.
Karla Walter highlights how new regulations governing the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts will ensure that workers on construction projects receiving federal funding are paid fairly.
For decades, the U.S. economy has left LGBTQI+ individuals and their families behind, but the Biden-Harris administration can use its existing authority to uplift LGBTQI+ workers.
David Madland explains how California's Fast Recovery Act can provide fast-food workers in the state with a platform to discuss wages and possibly improve working conditions.
This week, Daniella sits down with Washington Center for Equitable Growth President and CEO Michelle Holder to discuss the economy, Ukraine, and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings.
On inflation, voters want child care support to help get people back to work—but strongly object to a rise in unemployment to lower costs.