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Tyler Goodspeed: Continual High Rates Of Inflation Are Legacy Of $2 Trillion Fiscal Stimulus
In this Hoover Q&A, Kleinheinz Fellow Tyler Goodspeed reacts to the August 2022 Consumer Price Index (CPI), which reported overall inflation up 8.3 percent from last year and 0.1 percent from July…
Bill Of Rights Institute And Hoover Institution Unveil Innovative New High School Economics And Civics Curriculum
Just in time for the 2022-2023 school year, the Bill of Rights Institute and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University have launched a groundbreaking new curriculum that will help educators and students explore the intersection of economics and civic life in the United States.
Bread + Medicine: Saving Lives In A Time Of Famine
Discover the American Relief Administration's efforts to stem the tide of disease during the catastrophic famine of 1921 in Soviet Russia and Ukraine.
Leonard and Shirley Ely Senior Fellow
John and Jean De Nault Research Fellow
Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Distinguished Policy Fellow in Journalism
The authors set forth a new framework to revitalize the governance of economic policy based on our nation’s foundational system of natural liberty. If we choose to liberate the power of the individual, encourage the promulgation and dissemination of new ideas, and ensure the fidelity of institutions to their mission, then the United States should significantly improve its economic performance and serve as a more formidable force in the world.
March 1, 2022John F. Cogan
Evaluating Look Ahead America’s ‘The Georgia Report’ On Illegal, Out-Of-State Voting In The 2020 Election
Given the critical importance of safeguarding the American electoral system, it is vital to evaluate the evidence offered for specific claims of fraud in the 2020 election. In this memo, we evaluate the methods used in Look Ahead America's April 19th, 2021 report, “The Georgia Report,” on illegal voting in Georgia in the 2020 election. The Georgia Report is among the most-cited pieces of evidence offered to support the claim that there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election.
August 1, 2021Justin Grimmer
From the host of EconTalk, a guide to decision-making when you can't crunch the numbers
August 9, 2022Russ Roberts
Assuming you’re a Californian and reading this piece in the air-cooled confines of your home or office, then I’m guessing that (a) you survived this week’s record-setting heat wave across the Golden State; and (b) you presently have Internet access, even if you fell victim to the occasional outage as California’s power grid buckled under abnormal electricity demand.
September 8, 2022Bill Whalen
More Videos & Podcasts
Secrets Of Statecraft: How History Shaped Dr. Condoleezza Rice
The past has had a powerful influence over the worldview of Condoleezza Rice.
Saints, Sinners, And Salvageables: Rainbows, Unicorns, And Common-Sense Election Administration
How do elections officials prepare for midterm and presidential votes, and what improvements can be made to states’ voting systems?
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