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Scott Winship.

Scott Winship is the Walter B. Wriston Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Previously a fellow at the Brookings Institution, his areas of expertise include living standards and economic mobility, inequality, and insecurity. Earlier in his career, Winship was research manager of the Economic Mobility Project of The Pew Charitable Trusts and a senior policy advisor at Third Way. His research has been published in National Affairs, National Review, The Wilson Quarterly, Breakthrough Journal, and Real Clear Markets, among other outlets. Winship received a B.A. in sociology and urban studies from Northwestern University and a Ph.D. in social policy from Harvard University.


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Business and Economy
  • Income Inequality, Growth Go Together USA Today, 10-07-13
  • Has Unemployment Fallen For the Wrong Reason? e21, 09-10-13
  • ‘Two cities’: Debunking De Blasio New York Post, 10-11-13
  • Income Inequality Is a Distraction Orange County Register, 10-16-13
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Three: The Bronze Age e21, 11-06-13
  • Has Income Inequality Really Risen? e21, 10-09-13
  • The Great Gastby Curve Revisited: Part 1 e21, 12-30-13
  • Focus on Intergenerational Mobility New York Times Room for Debate, 01-05-14
  • Mobility Is The Problem, Not Income Inequality CNN, 01-22-14
  • One (Or Two) Cheers For The War On Poverty e21, 01-28-14
  • How the 'Two Cities' Story Is a Distortion New York Daily News, 02-13-14
  • Whither The Bottom 90 Percent, Thomas Piketty? Forbes.com, 04-18-14
  • There Are Really Few Disagreements Between Classes New York Times Room for Debate, 04-22-14


  • Economic Development
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part 1 e21, 09-17-13
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Two: The "Lost Decade" e21, 10-02-13
  • The Case for Worrying About Inequality is Still Overstated e21, 12-16-13
  • How Solid is the Case for Raising the Minimum Wage? e21, 12-03-13
  • Poor and Middle Class Incomes Have Increased Significantly e21, 11-13-13
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Three: The Bronze Age e21, 11-06-13
  • Has Income Inequality Really Risen? e21, 10-09-13
  • Focus on Intergenerational Mobility New York Times Room for Debate, 01-05-14


  • National Politics
  • One (Or Two) Cheers For The War On Poverty e21, 01-28-14
  • There Are Really Few Disagreements Between Classes New York Times Room for Debate, 04-22-14


  • New York City
  • ‘Two cities’: Debunking De Blasio New York Post, 10-11-13
  • The “Two Cities” Myth City Journal, Autumn 2013
  • New York: 'A Tale of Two Cities?' e21, 10-11-13
  • How the 'Two Cities' Story Is a Distortion New York Daily News, 02-13-14


  • NYC Economy
  • New York: 'A Tale of Two Cities?' e21, 10-11-13
  • How the 'Two Cities' Story Is a Distortion New York Daily News, 02-13-14


  • NYC Politics
  • ‘Two cities’: Debunking De Blasio New York Post, 10-11-13
  • The “Two Cities” Myth City Journal, Autumn 2013
  • How the 'Two Cities' Story Is a Distortion New York Daily News, 02-13-14


  • Poverty
  • Income Inequality Is a Distraction Orange County Register, 10-16-13
  • Poor and Middle Class Incomes Have Increased Significantly e21, 11-13-13
  • New York: 'A Tale of Two Cities?' e21, 10-11-13
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Three: The Bronze Age e21, 11-06-13
  • Has Income Inequality Really Risen? e21, 10-09-13
  • Focus on Intergenerational Mobility New York Times Room for Debate, 01-05-14
  • Mobility Is The Problem, Not Income Inequality CNN, 01-22-14
  • One (Or Two) Cheers For The War On Poverty e21, 01-28-14
  • How the 'Two Cities' Story Is a Distortion New York Daily News, 02-13-14
  • Whither The Bottom 90 Percent, Thomas Piketty? Forbes.com, 04-18-14
  • There Are Really Few Disagreements Between Classes New York Times Room for Debate, 04-22-14


  • Taxes and Budget
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Two: The "Lost Decade" e21, 10-02-13
  • What Has Happened to the Incomes of the Middle Class and Poor? Part Three: The Bronze Age e21, 11-06-13
  • Has Income Inequality Really Risen? e21, 10-09-13


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