Marshall Steinbaum is the Research Director and a Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, where he researches market power and inequality. He works on tax policy, antitrust & competition policy, and the labor market, in particular declining entrepreneurship and labor mobility as well as credentialization and its result: the student debt crisis. He is a co-editor of After Piketty: the Agenda for Economics and Inequality (Harvard University Press 2017), and his work has appeared in DemocracyBoston Review, the New Republic, the American Prospect, the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, and ProMarket.