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The Question Of American Strategy In The Indo-Pacific

by Michael R. Auslinvia Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, July 17, 2018

For much of its history, America had little formal strategy for the Pacific. Only with the rise of China and the vital economic role of Asia can one envision a US grand strategy with the Indo-Pacific region at its core. Yet just when Asia has become central to US global strategy, Washington’s influence and power in the region have been significantly challenged. US policy makers must formulate an effective and comprehensive strategy toward Asia that preserves stability and protects American and allied interests while managing a growing strategic competition between Washington and Beijing and the threat of a nuclear-capable North Korea. 

Send Us Your Young, Your Educated: What's Behind the Numbers?

via Analysis
Tuesday, July 3, 2018

This is the statistical backup for the statements Edward P. Lazear made in the July 31, 2018 The Wall Street Journal op-ed Send Us Your Young, Your Educated." Click here to see What's Behind the Numbers?.

Building Coastal Resilience For Greater US Security

by Alice Hill, Roger-Mark De Souza, Christopher B. Field, Meaghan E. Parker, Katharine J. Machvia Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Drawing from a series of discussions convened by the Hoover Institution, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, and the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, this essay explores the challenges facing our coastal communities in a series of discussions designed to advance US resilience to climate change impacts, strengthen the sustainability and economic security of coastal infrastructure, and enhance national security.

Expanding and Incentivizing Health Savings Accounts: A Critical Reform For Broadly Available, High Quality Health Care

featuring Scott W. Atlasvia United States Congress Joint Economic Committee
Friday, June 8, 2018

On Thursday, June 7, Scott Atlas testified before the Joint Economic Committee at a hearing titled "The Potential for Health Care Savings Accounts to Engage Patients and Bend the Health Care Cost Curve."

American Enterprise Institute Remarks: The Knowledge Problem

featuring Kevin Warshvia American Enterprise Institute
Thursday, June 7, 2018

I am honored to be here alongside my Chairman, Ben Bernanke. Ben was the academic star whose remarkable leadership attributes emerged during our nation’s darkest days. And I was fortunate to be at Ben’s side, tasked with distilling market signals and leading a SWAT team of immensely talented, tireless Fed professionals.

Mass Migration in Europe: Assimilation, Integration, and Security

featuring Victor Davis Hansonvia U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee
Thursday, April 26, 2018

On Thursday, April 26th, Victor Davis Hanson testified before the Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss Mass Migration in Europe: Assimilation Integration, and Security. 

Iran on the Brink: Challenges & Opportunities for Washington

by Sanam Vakilvia Analysis
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

In this essay, Sanam Vakil assesses the four interconnected economic, regional, domestic, and nuclear deal challenges besetting Iran.  These challenges have emerged due to renewed US pressure against Iran but also stem from Iran’s endemic factional tensions between pragmatists and conservatives and their ideological differences on how to best protect the Islamic Republic.  Vakil also argues that the gravity of these challenges offers a unique opportunity to the Trump administration to move beyond its traditional containment policy toward a meaningful grand strategy to reduce US-Iranian tensions. 

Post-Crisis Bank Regulations and Financial Market Liquidity

by Darrell Duffievia Baffi Lecture, Banca d’Italia in Rome
Saturday, March 31, 2018

This is the manuscript of the Baffi Lecture that I delivered at Banca d’Italia in September 2017. I address the implications for financial-market liquidity of post-crisis capital and failureresolution rules for systemically important banks. I focus especially on over-the-counter (OTC) markets, which handle most of the world’s trade in bonds, repos, swaps, commodities, and foreign exchange.

Hearing on Cybersecurity and California Elections

featuring Andrew Grottovia Joint Informational Hearing of the California Legislature
Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Hoover Institution fellow Andrew Grotto's testimony before a Joint Informational Hearing of the California Legislature on “Cybersecurity and California Elections.”

Government Spending Discourages Work: What's Behind the Numbers?

via Analysis
Monday, February 26, 2018

This is the statistical backup for the statements Edward P. Lazear made in the February 26, 2018 The Wall Street Journal op-ed Government Spending Discourages Work". Click here to see What's Behind the Numbers?.

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