Tuesday marked the formal debut of the book that’s consumed most of my work life over the past two years, the book I generally think of as a “biography of NAEP” or “the past, present and future of NAEP.” I’m sincerely grateful to the Harvard Education Press for publishing it, to Fordham’s Pedro Enamorado for helping in so many ways to get it done, and to the Smith Richardson Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York for helping make it happen.
In a recent Foreign Affairs essay co-authored with MIT economist Simon Johnson, I argued that it was essential for the G-7 and allied states to deploy a far-reaching strategy of Ukrainian reconstruction, tied to the ongoing process of EU accession for Ukraine, and funded in part by frozen Russian state and state-related assets.
The Hoover Institution announces a new seminar series on Using Text as Data in Policy Analysis, co-organized by Steven J. Davis and Justin Grimmer. These seminars will feature applications of natural language processing, structured human readings, and machine learning methods to text as data to examine policy issues in economics, history, national security, political science, and other fields.
This twelfth session features a conversation with Tarek Hassan, Stephan Hollander, Laurence van Lent, and Tahoun Ahmed speaking on The Global Impact of Brexit Uncertainty on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 from 9:00AM – 10:30AM PT and the paper under discussion can be found here.
Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson discusses inflation and high prices in the Biden economy. Hanson also discuss the left’s increasing anti-Semitism and New York City’s Jewish Museum banning Florida Governor Ron DeSantis from a speaking engagement.
Hoover Institution fellow John Yoo discusses the legal implications of overturning Roe v. Wade, the reasoning behind the leak, and the options before the nation’s voters as they weigh the prospective ruling.
“Recent empirical evidence suggests that many of the alleged ills that have been associated with the overenforcement of intellectual property rights simply fail to materialize in industries that rely on standard-essential patents.” – ICLE scholars