The Battle over Patents: History and Politics of Innovation
Reinvigorating Economic Governance: Advancing a New Framework for American Prosperity
The authors set forth a new framework to revitalize the governance of economic policy based on our nation’s foundational system of natural liberty.
Digital Currencies: The US, China, And The World At A Crossroads
Central bank digital currencies have taken flight globally, and China is boldly leading the way. How will China’s digital currency, the e-CNY, ser
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The Responsiveness Of Medicaid Spending To The Federal Subsidy
Although economic theory suggests that the federal government can influence spending by states through subsidies to programs that states operate, no recent work has quantified the magnitude of this effect for Medicaid, the largest program of this type in the U.S. We find that Medicaid spending per enrollee responds to the magnitude of the federal subsidy.
Israel In The Fall Of 2021: Domestic And Foreign Policy Challenges
This essay presents and analyzes Israel’s current rich domestic and foreign policy agenda. Among its focal points is the end of Benjamin Netanyahu’s lengthy tenure as prime minister, the political paralysis of the past two years, and the formation of Naftali Bennett’s government. It argues that this diverse and fragile coalition government cannot cope with Israel’s fundamental problems, especially with regard to the Palestinian issue, but represents a potential transition to more orderly politics.
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