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Hoover Fellows in Action
Hoover IP² Working Group Meets in DC Office
Members of the Working Group on Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Prosperity met for a conference on Patents and the Innovation Economy at the Hoover Institution's Washington, DC, Office.
Peterson discusses US education in global perspective
Hoover senior fellow Paul Peterson discussed his study, conducted with fellow researchers Eric Hanushek (also a Hoover senior fellow) and Ludger Woessmann, which compares US children to other students in developed countries.
The John Batchelor Show comes to Hoover retreat
As part of the annual Hoover Spring Retreat, John Batchelor of the John Batchelor Show and Mary Kissell of the Wall Street Journal did a special live taping of the John Batchelor Show featuring Hoover fellows Berkowitz, Milani, Schake, and Skinner...
Damon and Iyengar elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an honorary society that recognizes achievement in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities, has elected Hoover senior fellows William Damon and Shanto Iyengar to its class of 2014.
Hoover fellows present at the Carmel Valley and Desert conferences
Several Hoover fellows presented their work at the Carmel Valley and Desert conferences. Hoover released selected podcasts featuring Hoover senior fellows Mo Fiorina and Victor Davis Hanson and Hoover research fellow Abbas Milani.
Taylor testifies before the Joint Economic Committee
Hoover senior fellow John Taylor testified before Congress's Joint Economic Committee at the hearing on Unwinding Quantitative Easing: How the Fed Should Promote Stable Prices, Economic Growth, and Job Creation.
Norman Naimark speaks on the 1989 revolutions in Eastern Europe
Norman Naimark, holder of the Robert and Florence McDonnell Chair in East European History at Stanford and director of the Stanford Global Studies Division, addressed a packed Stauffer auditorium on Tuesday. His talk, “And the Walls...
Haber and Calomiris release new book, Fragile by Design
In a new book by senior fellow Stephen Haber and Charles Calomiris, Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking Crises and Scarce Credit, the authors argue that bargains made between politicians, bankers, bank shareholders, depositors...