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Dr. Bernard Anderson E.

Professor of Management

University of Pennsylvania

HQ Phone: (215) 898-7400

Email: b***@***.edu

University of Pennsylvania

3400 Chestnut St

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Economist
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Chairman
National Urban League Inc

Professor , Business
Oil

Lecturer In Economics
Swarthmore College

Affiliations

Senior Advisor
Econsult Corporation

Professor Emeritus
University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business

Senior Advisor
Econsult Solutions Inc

Business Advisor
Mill Creek Partners

Assistant Secretary
Rockefeller Foundation

Member of the Board of Economists
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Assistant Secretary
U.S. Department of Labor

Board Member
The Philadelphia Orchestra

Visiting Fellow
Woodrow Wilson School

Founder
Equal Opportunities Commission

Board Member
Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Chair of the African American Faculty Member
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Education



The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Bachelor of Arts degree
Economics

Masters of Arts
Economics
Michigan State University

Ph.D.
Business and Applied Economics
University of Pennsylvania

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Panel Moderator: BERNARD ...

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Panel Moderator: BERNARD ANDERSON (University of Pennsylvania)

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BERNARD ANDERSON (University of Pennsylvania)


Bernard Anderson, a ...

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Bernard Anderson, a nationally-recognized economist and professor emeritus at the Wharton business school at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, agreed.

"Despite the fact that Black people have a higher rate of unemployment and lower income, they remain far more committed to the labor market than White workers on average," said Anderson.
Anderson said that employment is growing more rapidly now than at any time since the recovery began in 2009. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew 5 percent in the third quarter of 2014, yet wages have not increased significantly.
"We have an anomalous situation in the labor market where employment is beginning to rise, but earnings are still relatively flat," explained Anderson. In fact, average hourly earnings for all employees shed a nickel in December.
Anderson observed that wages increased more rapidly during previous recoveries as the unemployment rate fell.
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Anderson said that when the labor market tightens the unemployment rate comes down, and employers are forced to compete with each other for available labor.


Bernard Anderson, a ...

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Bernard Anderson, a nationally-recognized economist and professor emeritus at the Wharton business school at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, agreed.

"Despite the fact that Black people have a higher rate of unemployment and lower income, they remain far more committed to the labor market than White workers on average," said Anderson.
Anderson said that employment is growing more rapidly now than at any time since the recovery began in 2009. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew 5 percent in the third quarter of 2014, yet wages have not increased significantly.
"We have an anomalous situation in the labor market where employment is beginning to rise, but earnings are still relatively flat," explained Anderson. In fact, average hourly earnings for all employees shed a nickel in December.
Anderson observed that wages increased more rapidly during previous recoveries as the unemployment rate fell.
...
Anderson said that when the labor market tightens the unemployment rate comes down, and employers are forced to compete with each other for available labor.


National Economic Association

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Bernard Anderson (University of Pennsylvania)


Related NPR Stories:Ed Gordon explores ...

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Related NPR Stories:Ed Gordon explores the issue with economists David Swinton of Benedict College in Columbia, S.C., and Bernard Anderson, professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania.

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