Brad Klontz

clinical psychologist and author

Guest

Clinical psychologist and co-author of Mind over Money: Overcoming the Money Disorders that Threaten Our Financial Health

Brad Klontz on KCRW

One of the reasons for income inequality in the US is the skyrocketing pay of corporate executives, even when their companies are not doing well.

Executive Pay and Corporate Failure

One of the reasons for income inequality in the US is the skyrocketing pay of corporate executives, even when their companies are not doing well.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In recent years, compensation for corporate executives has quadrupled in constant dollars while pay for wage-earners has been steadily going down.

What Do Climbing Executive Salaries Mean for the Rest of Us?

In recent years, compensation for corporate executives has quadrupled in constant dollars while pay for wage-earners has been steadily going down.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Sherry Buchanan, author of “On the Ho Chi Minh Trail,” discusses what she learned about the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese women who survived its frontlines.

from Scheer Intelligence

Jobs numbers are up but a recovery still looks rocky as we emerge from the pandemic.

from Left, Right & Center

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has unanimously voted to extend the local eviction moratorium, shielding renters who are financially impacted by the coronavirus pandemic…

from KCRW Features

Joe Mathews says, “If America needs a 1/6 commission, then California must have a 3/13 commission.”

from Zócalo's Connecting California

KCRW’s Press Play asked audience members to share one habit they’ve picked up in the past year that they hope to keep.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Some of the world’s largest corporations like Amazon, Walmart, Google, and UPS are all looking into using drones to deliver small packages.

from Greater LA

Joe Mathews says that focusing on the state budget, when it appears in good shape, obscures California’s systemic failures.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Last month, LA saw its first major fire of what’s expected to be a devastating season.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For most of American history, abortion has been legal, outlawed only from 1867 to 1973. Now the U.S. Supreme Court might outlaw it again by overturning Roe v. Wade.

from To the Point