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Commonsense Solutions To Our Civics Crisis

by David Davenportvia Analysis
Friday, October 23, 2020

What a decade this year has been.

Scott Atlas: Fauci 'Just One Person On The Task Force'

featuring Scott W. Atlasvia The Hill
Wednesday, October 21, 2020

White House coronavirus task force member Scott Atlas said Tuesday that top infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci is “just one person on the task force.”

Scott Atlas on UnHerd: I'm disgusted and dismayed

interview with Scott W. Atlasvia UnHerd
Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Hoover Institution fellow Scott Atlas discusses lockdown policies and his frustration with the media and public policy establishment.

Preparing For The Next Pandemic: Mobilizing And Integrating Responses Across The Government And The Private Sector

via Analysis
Wednesday, October 14, 2020

The medical response to COVID-19 was hampered in speed and effectiveness by obstacles to effective coordination across federal agencies, between local, state, and federal governments, and among public and private-sector organizations. Drawing on interviews with practitioners and open-source research, this report describes those obstacles and recommends policies and actions to help overcome them and improve our nation’s response to this pandemic as well as future biomedical crises.

An Analysis Of Vice President Biden’s Economic Agenda: The Long Run Impacts Of Its Regulation, Taxes, And Spending

by Kevin Hassett, Casey B. Mulligan, Timothy Fitzgerald, Cody Kallenvia Analysis
Tuesday, October 13, 2020

This report explores the potential impact of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s proposals on the economy as a whole. We conclude that in the long run, Biden’s agenda would reduce full time equivalent employment per person by about 3 percent, the capital stock per person by about 15 percent, real GDP per capita by more than 8 percent, and real consumption per household by about 7 percent.

The Authoritarian Assault on Knowledge

by Glenn Tiffertvia Project MUSE
Monday, October 12, 2020

An urgent new class of challenges to independent intellectual inquiry has emerged on the global stage. These challenges stem primarily from the vulnerabilities that economic and technological change have introduced into the knowledge sectors of open societies, including both mature and developing democracies. In recent years, intensifying marketization has placed ever-greater financial and competitive pressures on publishers, universities, and other knowledge-sector institutions critical to the functioning of democracies. 

Oil Drilling

Fragmented Ownership and Natural Resource Use: Evidence from the Bakken

by Dominic Parkervia Oxford Academic: The Economic Journal
Friday, September 25, 2020

Does land fragmentation impair spatially expansive natural resource use? We conduct empirical tests using ownership variation on the Bakken, one of the world's most valuable shale oil reserves. Long before shale was discovered, U.S. policies created a mosaic of private, jointly owned, and tribal government parcels on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. We find that all three forms of fragmentation reduced production during the 2010–2015 oil boom, especially joint ownership and the interspersion of small parcels of government and private land. We estimate implied gains from consolidation and discuss implications for the use (or conservation) of other spatially expansive resources.

New OECD Analysis by Hoover Institution Fellows: Affected Students See At Least 3% Lower Career Earnings Because of COVID School Closings

featuring Eric Hanushek, Ludger Woessmannvia Analysis
Thursday, September 10, 2020

Eric A. Hanushek, the Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education and Distinguished Visiting Fellow Ludger Woessmann at Stanford’s Hoover Institution released an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)  analysis on The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This groundbreaking OECD analysis was presented at the G20 Education Ministers virtual meeting on September 5, 2020.  While not addressing when or how schools re-open, it points to the long-run harm to students and to the nation of the accumulating learning losses. 

A fresh look, through a broad lens, to help navigate the emerging security landscape

by Admiral James O. Ellis Jr., George P. Shultzvia Analysis
Tuesday, September 1, 2020

A Letter from the Conveners of the Hoover Institution Task Force on National Security: A fresh look, through a broad lens, to help navigate the emerging security landscape.

Why Trump Should Win

by Bruce Thorntonvia Front Page Magazine
Friday, August 14, 2020

Less than three months from election day, Democrats and NeverTrump Republicans keep telling us (and themselves) that President Trump “is in trouble” in his bid for reelection. Trump’s enemies chant poll numbers like incantations, even though that juju failed spectacularly in 2016.

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