Hoover research fellow Michael Petrilli discusses college on American Weekend. Topics include college preparation, other pathways to the middle class, and community college.
Hoover senior fellow John Taylor discusses the Fed on CNBC’s Santelli Exchange. Topics include the Taylor rule and the Fed’s discretion-based policy.
A work of art by Belgian artist Floris Jespers was unveiled today at the Leuven Museum as part of its exhibition Ravaged: Art and Culture in Times of Conflict, commemorating the centenary of the beginning of World War I and the devastation it brought to Leuven.
One significant consequence of the revolution in Russia in 1917 was the mass exodus of opponents of the Bolshevik regime: the first mass political emigration of the twentieth century. The fate of these émigrés continues to interest historians and other researchers to this day; bearing in mind growing trends in international history and migration studies, it will continue to do so in the future.
Hoover research fellow Michael Petrilli discusses college attendance on the Lars Larson Show. Topics include low-income students, the stigma of not going to college, and college preparation.
Hoover research fellow Michael Petrilli discusses why not everyone should go to college on Talk 910. Topics include vocational schools, the stigma of a vocational education, and math education.
Hoover senior fellow Edward Lazear discusses the labor market on Fox Business’s After the Bell. Topics include the decline in the average workweek, the Fed and Janet Yellen, and the recent CBO jobs report.
Hoover senior fellow Edward Lazear discusses the Federal Reserve on Bloomberg TV’s Market Makers. Topics include comparisons between Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke, the labor market, and quantitative easing.
Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University and the Millennium Villages Project talks with EconTalk host Russell Roberts about poverty in Africa. Topics include the Millennium Villages Project and the Millennium Development Goals, the integrated development approach, and the relationship between funds and ending poverty. Sachs also responds to the criticisms presented in the EconTalk episode with Nina Munk.