Hoover's core strength is its exceptional scholars, some esteemed generalists, capable of addressing broad policy applications, others for their expertise in specific areas of public policy. A research-based approach to scholarship is the common denominator among this highly distinguished community of fellows actively advancing public policy interests to promote free markets, limited government, and individual freedom.
Hoover Fellows in Action
Fellows present at the 2014 Fall Retreat
Hoover hosts the Congressional Cyber Boot Camp
Amy Zegart, the Davies Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, organized an intensive three day Cyber Boot Camp.
Hoover hosts “A Conversation on Innovation and Economic Growth”
The Hoover Institution in Washington hosted the forum “A Conversation on Innovation and Economic Growth,” featuring moderator Al Hunt, Paul Ryan, John Hennessey, and Hoover senior fellow John Taylor.
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.
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.