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- Getting Greens in the Black
Golf course Privatization Trends and Practices
August 1, 1999
- Getting the Right People for the Right Job
Solving Human Capital Challenges with Competitive Sourcing
Geoffrey Segal, Adrian Moore and John P. Blair
September 1, 2003
- Giving a Leg Up to Bootstrap Entrepreneurship
Expanding Economic Opportunity in America's Urban Centers
Samuel Staley, Howard Husock, David J. Bobb, Sterling Burnett, Laura Creasy and Wade Hudson
February 1, 2001
- Great Rail Disasters
The Impact of Rail Transit on Urban Livability
February 1, 2004
- Garbage by the Pound
On the Streets
February 1, 1995
- Given the Choice
A Study of the PAVE Program and School Choice in Milwaukee
Janet R. Beales and Richard W. Wahl
January 1, 1995
- Getting Electricity Deregulation Right
How Other States and Nations Have Avoided California's Mistakes
February 1, 2001
- Global Warming
The Greenhouse, White House, and Poorhouse Effects
Steven J. Moss and Richard McCann
September 1, 1993
- Gridlock and Growth: The Effect of Traffic Congestion on Regional Economic Performance
How reducing traffic congestion can add billions of dollars in economic growth to local economies
Policy Study 371
David T. Hartgen and M. Gregory Fields
August 27, 2009
- California 2014 High Speed Rail Business Plan Is Off Track (3/6)
- The Intentionally Unrealistic FY2015 Budget (3/4)
- Shallal's Top-Down Plan for D.C. Schools Hurts Parent Choice (3/3)
- Richmond CARES? (3/2)
- Government Could Improve the Development of Vehicle to Vehicle Communication by Getting Out of the Way (2/27)
In Washington, many politicians assume the world revolves around us. The people in Moscow think it revolves around them.
The mayor has a vendetta against charter-school leader and former political rival Eva Moskowitz.
Rather than arguing over who can discriminate or why, look at what goods and services actually need government protection through public accommodation laws.
The question is whether President Obama has the backbone to withstand the pressure to “get tougher” with Russia.
The U.S. and Europe are in no position to resist the Russian invasion of Ukraine, nor should they.