I'm on the editorial board at Bloomberg View, the opinion side of Bloomberg News. Ex-NYT editor in NY and DC and BusinessWeek reporter/editor in London and DC.

Writer/editor on economic, financial, regulatory and business issues for Bloomberg View. Former NYT Washington economics editor and deputy business editor. Ex-BusinessWeek Assistant Managing Editor, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief, London Bureau Chief, investigative correspondent and Congressional correspondent. Co-author of NYT bestseller, "Take On the Street," with former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt. Pulitzer Prize finalist for editorial writing in 2012. Live in Virginia and Brooklyn, NY.

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Universal basic income should be the next big thing Paula Dwyer

Universal basic income should be the next big thing Paula Dwyer
chicagotribune.com — Now and then a worthy economic proposal comes along that seems as politically unattainable as it is sensible. Then, on closer inspection, you see that it's more than a policy-wonk's fantasy. And you wonder whether it could actually prevail. This may be happening with the concept of a universal...

Universal basic income should be the next big thing

Universal basic income should be the next big thing
lifehealthpro.com — (Bloomberg View) -- Now and then a worthy economic proposal comes along that seems as politically unattainable as it is sensible. Then, on closer inspection, you see that it's more than a policy-wonk's fantasy. And you wonder whether it could actually prevail. This may be happening with the concept of a universal basic income .

A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing

A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing
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A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing

A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing

A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing
bloombergview.com — Now and then a worthy economic proposal comes along that seems as politically unattainable as it is sensible. Then, on closer inspection, you see that it's more than a policy-wonk's fantasy. And you wonder whether it could actually prevail. This may be happening with the concept of a universal basic income.

Trump wins big in disability country

Trump wins big in disability country
lifehealthpro.com — The $150 billion federal disability program is a mess. It almost went broke (Congress had to give it an emergency infusion). It discourages employment and can be gamed. But woe to the office-seeker who tries to fix it.

Trump Wins Big in Disability Country

Trump Wins Big in Disability Country
bloombergview.com — The $150 billion federal disability program is a mess. It almost went broke (Congress had to give it an emergency infusion). It discourages employment and can be gamed. But woe to the office-seeker who tries to fix it.

John Kasich's Voodoo Economics

John Kasich's Voodoo Economics
bloombergview.com — If you're inclined to appreciate John Kasich's kinder, gentler approach to Republicanism, you might want to take a look at his tax plan. In a meeting with the Washington Post editorial board on Wednesday, the presidential candidate who sells himself as his party's best bet against Hillary Clinton in a general election responded to challenges on how he would cut taxes and balance the budget at the same time.

Sanders, Clinton and the war over big banks

Sanders, Clinton and the war over big banks
businessmirror.com.ph — By Paula Dwyer | Bloomberg View We found out on Wednesday that five of the biggest US banks couldn't explain how they could go bankrupt without taking down the financial system with them. No wonder Bernie Sanders wants to break them up! They're just too damned big to fail. Or, maybe....

Sanders, Clinton and the War Over Big Banks

Sanders, Clinton and the War Over Big Banks
bloombergview.com — We found out Wednesday that five of the biggest U.S. banks couldn't explain how they could go bankrupt without taking down the financial system with them. No wonder Bernie Sanders wants to break them up! They're just too damned big to fail. Or, maybe ... No wonder Hillary Clinton thinks that's crazy!
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May 03, 2016

You may disagree w/Trump voters, but that doesn’t mean they're your moral inferiors, writes @RameshPonnuru: bv.ms/1SW607Y via @BV

May 03, 2016

RT @StrykerMcGuire: This is no flat-tax delusion, says @paulaEdwyer: A basic income could be the next big thing - bv.ms/24u1se9 v#BasicIncome@BVa @BV #BasicIncome

May 03, 2016

RT @patrickhealynyt: Most Tony Award noms: "Hamilton" (16), "Shuffle Along" (10), "She Loves Me" (8), "Long Day's Journey" (7), "Eclipsed"…

May 03, 2016

The Blues Singer Who Created America's Hated Drug-Pricing Model bloom.bg/1SKjtgX via @business

May 03, 2016

The Super Rich Were the First to Bail During the Financial Crisis bloom.bg/24uQMfx via @business

May 02, 2016

RT @rossdawson: A Basic Income Should Be the Next Big Thing - @paulaEdwyer in @Bloomberg a high-level review of the potential of #basicincomee

May 02, 2016

RT @Hootsbudy: @paulaEdwyer Super piece on UBI. Surprising support from unexpected places. Hopefully this will be purgative for libertarian toxins.

May 02, 2016

RT @RebeccaSive: .@CrainsChicago interesting piece by @paulaEdwyer:"A Basic Income Should Be Next Big Thing." (Good #GirlPolitics) https://chicagobusiness.com/article/201605….co/jBlfQsCrD3


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