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Katia Dmitrieva
Russian-Canadian living in America economy reporter. Edmitrieva1@bloomberg.net
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Katia Dmitrieva 8h
This happens frequently. “Concern” isn’t going to change anything.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @clemfletch
Got a couple more: fetid, withered, despondent
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @sam_a_bell
No.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @DanielPFlatley
``They might just sit there screaming for two hours" is a fair consideration
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Arindrajit Dube Jul 12
New working paper finds increases reduce rental defaults substantially, especially for lower-rent (low income) households. Some of the higher incomes eventually are capitalized into higher rents.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Unless it's about how cherry pie can lower the unemployment rate, I don't wanna hear it
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
I got a pitch about cherry recipes today. I cover the US economy.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
The interview is substantial, honest, and approachable. If you don't listen for the economy/politics, tune in for the career inspo. -30-
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @virgiltexas
Other topics covered: participation rate, manufacturing, automation and AI, education, tax rates (Yang says they need to be higher), giving ppl $$$, and how is actually an entrepreneur.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
Instead of GDP, unemployment rate, and stock prices, "we should be measuring our health, life expectancy, mental health and freedom from substance abuse, the proportion of Americans doing work we actually want to do, how our kids are doing, how clean our air and water are."
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
- Overall, headline indicators do not capture inequality. Who else cares about inequality as it impacts economic growth? The Fed.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
- The headline U-3 unemployment rate, now the lowest in 5 decades, also doesn't capture job quality and many holes; Part-time and marginal work increasing, the rate doesn't capture people long-term unemployed/people who haven't looked in a few weeks.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
Within the first 20 mins, Yang says: - current main indicators Wall Street tracks *do not* capture the true economic picture. IE GDP doesn't capture life quality, ie the rising US mortality rate
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
. interviews Democratic presidential candidate and it's *fire emoji* for economy watchers aka all of us.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
Pretty important takeaway, considering the economic benefits. The labor participation rate still lags prior decades, for example.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
Not only does abortion access improve the economic outcomes of women, but also their children. Women of color, lower-income tend to benefit most, a wide body of research shows.
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Replying to @katiadmi
``Deciding whether and when to have a child is central to a woman’s economic well-being." Full report here:
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 18
Report finds access to abortion: - Improves women's economic standing - Reduces teen pregnancy. - Education levels among black women improved - Increased labor force participation
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Katia Dmitrieva Jul 17
For real tho
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Comfortably Smug Jul 17
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