Nobody embodies ‘you’ve got to spend money to make money’ quite like LEED.
Demonetization: A step ahead against corruption or a step back for India’s economic growth?
How the Ethiopian water structure can change the political, economic and diplomatic dynamic in the region.
Should we put more funding back into public schools or should we move towards the school choice movement, emphasizing voucher programs and charter schools? Betsy Devos’ recent nomination as Secretary of Education brings this debate to national spotlight.
Machines today can prepare your food, clean your house, and build a whole lot more machines. They’re out of control, coming to take our jobs and impoverish people—or are they?
How can social capital overcome divisive politics in order to achieve improved public health care?
Behavioral economics holds important insights for practitioners of public policy.
While protectionism may intuitively seem to benefit the American economy, it contradicts decades of modern economic insight, and it will ultimately make working class Americans worse off.
What does the proposed ‘border adjusted tax’ system of the new GOP administration mean for America, and the world?
Governments have used economic sanctions increasingly more to achieve their foreign policy goals, but do they work?