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Reflections on Europe

via Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, September 30, 1997

These reflections on interrelated issues of concern to Europe and America by five distinguished authors from England, France, Germany, and the United States address complex questions in a post—cold war world.

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The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted?

via Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, July 29, 1997

The New Federalism investigates whether returning a variety of regulatory and police powers back to the states will yield better government. It poses the provocative question, Can the states be trusted? and emerges with a qualified yes. This book should be an invaluable resource to federal and state policymakers alike.

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Facing the Age Wave

by David A. Wisevia Hoover Institution Press
Monday, July 14, 1997

In Facing the Age Wave, four experts explain the most significant areas of concern created by the aging of the American population and offer possible solutions. From a symposium of distinguished scholars on the subject of aging in America.

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Breaking the Environmental Policy Gridlock

via Hoover Institution Press
Friday, January 24, 1997

Can we get Congress to stop the gridlock on our environmental policies?

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The Wealth of Nations in the Twentieth Century: The Policies and Institutional Determinants of Economic Development

via Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, November 26, 1996

This collection of essays, based on a conference at the Hoover Institution, compares the governmental policies and institutional determinants of economic development for sixteen countries within the context of Western economic development and national trends in the world economy. The study also includes an essay by Amartya Sen that examines the meaning of wealth and its different measurements.

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Impostors in the Temple: A Blueprint for Improving Higher Education in America

by Martin Andersonvia Hoover Institution Press
Friday, September 6, 1996

In this hard-hitting book about the decaying moral and intellectual state of U.S. universities and colleges today, Anderson shows us how serious things have become. More important, it offers us dramatic solutions about what we can do about improving our higher education.

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The Effect of Japanese Investment on the World Economy

via Hoover Institution Press
Thursday, April 4, 1996

A study of the controversy over Japanese foreign investments.

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Frontiers of Tax Reform

via Hoover Institution Press
Wednesday, December 27, 1995

The essays offered here represent the first authoritative perspective on tax reform debate. They provide a useful framework for understanding key issues, and then propose fundamental goals for tax reform. This volume will be an indispensable resource for those wishing to evaluate how fundamental tax reform can benefit and restore strong economic growth.

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The Essence of Becker

via Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, November 28, 1995

This volume presents twenty-six essays that showcase the brilliant originality and range of economic thought that earned Hoover Institution senior fellow Gary S. Becker the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1992.

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