This paper ranks all 50 states according to how costly their public-employee compensation packages are relative to private-sector standards.
This paper, published by the American Enterprise Institute, examines the problems faced by the American government in the transportation sector, suggesting several proposals of how roads and infras
Most major American Jewish organizations oppose voucher and other school choice programs based in part on the fear that private, mostly religious, schools do not check the development of anti-Semit
The U.S. Spreme Court decision Zelman v.
In the face of increasing costs and lackluster outcomes, traditional higher education is under increasing pressure to prove its value proposition.
Dismantles the arguments supporting the current export ban on crude oil.
Describes the geopolitical situation between China and the U.S.
Paper predicts that absent significant institutional reforms in China --including expanded property rights and markets, over the next 15 years, China's energy demand will substantially decline prov
The speed and amount that oil and gasoline prices have fallen have shocked many, called a blessing by some, and dangerous or regrettable by others.
City and state governments around the country are pursuing reforms to address the rising costs of public employee pension plans.