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Dr Eileen Appelbaum

Dr Eileen Appelbaum

Dr. Eileen Appelbaum is a senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research. She previously served as director of the Rutgers Center for Women and Work. During her tenure, Dr. Appelbaum built the Center into a major locus for research on women's advancement in the labor market and at the workplace. The Center undertook numerous projects that were aimed at understanding and improving the lives of working women at all income levels. Prior to taking over the Center at Rutgers she was the research director at the Economic Policy Institute. She previously had been a professor of economics at Temple University.

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Dr Eileen Appelbaum

Dr Eileen Appelbaum

Dr. Eileen Appelbaum is a senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research. She previously served as director of the Rutgers Center for Women and Work. During her tenure, Dr. Appelbaum built the Center into a major locus for research on women's advancement in the labor market and at the workplace. The Center undertook numerous projects that were aimed at understanding and improving the lives of working women at all income levels. Prior to taking over the Center at Rutgers she was the research director at the Economic Policy Institute. She previously had been a professor of economics at Temple University.

Other articles by this author

Private Equity and the 47 Percent

By Dr Eileen Appelbaum, Truthout | News Analysis

Debt Ceiling Deal: Wrong Diagnosis Leads to Wrong Treatment for What Ails the Economy

By Dr Eileen Appelbaum, The Center for Economic and Policy Research | Op-Ed

No Tax Holiday for Multinational Corporations

By Dr Eileen Appelbaum, Truthout | News Analysis