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After the Eurozone Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Lessons for European and US Policymakers
Executive Summary With positive growth rates projected for 2017 and 2018, the eurozone's economic crisis appears to be over, at least for now. However, the damage lingers, and so do the factors that contributed to its severity across a number of...
America's Real Enemy: The Salafi-Jihadi Movement
Contents Executive Summary 1 Introduction 3 Staying the Course for Far Too Long 3 Why Now? 4 Understanding...
Barriers to Work and Social Enterprise: Estimating the Target Population
Key Points * A growing number of Americans are not working, and concern is mounting about the negative consequences for these individuals and for society more broadly. * One potential solution is social enterprise, businesses that hire the hard-to-employ...
Chinese Investment: Revenge of the State
Key Points * China's investment around the world grew 9 percent in the first half of 2017, nearing $100 billion. However, much of this was due to a single transaction. Otherwise, investment would have dropped. * Investment in most countries and...
Fully Developing the Potential of Academically Advanced Students: Helping Them Will Help Society
Executive Summary As a society, we care deeply about narrowing achievement gaps and helping students who struggle academically, and this is reflected in education policy conversations. However, academically advanced students are left out of reform...
How Hard Should We Push the Poor to Save for Retirement?
Abstract More than half of U.S. states are working to establish programs what would automatically enrollment in Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) workers who are not offered a retirement plan by their employer. These programs are designed to...
How Title II Harms Consumers and Innovators
Key Points * The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 2015 Open Internet Order follows years of advocacy to implement net neutrality rules, which appears to contravene Congress' intention that the internet be free of regulation and the people's...
The Surprising New Political Battleground: The Midwest
Key Points * Three pivotal dates in midwestern history--1787, 1854, and 1937--have shaped midwestern culture and attitudes and can be used to examine the Midwest's role in the 2016 election. * The Midwest's history reveals which factors contributed...
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