Eric Schoenberg

Responsible Wealth

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Chairman of the Board of Campusworks, Inc and Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Economics at Columbia Business School; member of Responsible Wealth, a project of United for a Fair Economy; former investment banker

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Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has  made headlines  by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

The Age of Outrage in Europe and America

Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has made headlines by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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The Age of Outrage in Europe and America

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One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

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One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

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