Center for Popular Economics

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Center for Popular Economics
Motto "Economics For People, Not Profits"
Formation 1979
Type Nonprofit
Revenue (2013)
Expenses (2013) $113,550[1]

The Center for Popular Economics (CPE) is an American non-profit collective of progressive economists.

The founding members of the center are Samuel Bowles, Juliet Schor, Diane Flaherty, David Kotz, and Tom Riddell. Advisory committee members include Howard Zinn and Barbra Ehrenreich. The center is based in Amherst, Massachusetts.

In 2012, CPE produced a resource booklet titled "Economics for the 99%".[2]


  1. ^ a b "IRS Form 990 2013" (PDF). Internal Revenue Service. Retrieved 29 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "Economics for the 99%" (PDF). Center for Popular Economics. 

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