Part II: Steve Wynn discusses his life as an entrepreneur and how he creates experiences that keep customers returning
Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts, in the second part of his interview, discusses further his life as an entrepreneur, what he does to motivate his employees, and how he creates experiences that keep customers’ returning.
Of all the issues swirling around the 2008 election, the staggering projected costs for the upkeep of America's largest entitlement programs—Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid—loom with gathering intensity.
Experts don’t always agree—but eight of us found common ground despite our other differences.
Ten ways for Republican leaders to show they can solve America’s problems. By Keith Hennessey.
New accounting rules won’t cure the budgetary ills of state and local governments.
The current economic crisis must be viewed as a gigantic wake-up call...
Lead with a cut in the payroll tax, and millions of jobs will follow. By Michael J. Boskin.
New government accounting rules enable local officials to get unfunded obligations to retirees under control.
Another reason to care about how well American schools teach math: a country’s math skills are directly tied to its future wealth. By Eric A. Hanushek and Paul E. Peterson.
“What this plan will do is make the insurance you have work better for you....And here’s what you need to know, I will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits—either now or in the future. Period.”...
Economics Working Paper WP09102
A new pharmaceutical product could lead to cost savings in healthcare, but don’t get too optimistic about its development.
We don’t need a moratorium. We need to push the frontiers of medicine to cure more patients.
The Hoover Institution hosted "The High Cost of Good Intentions" on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm EST.
The Hoover Institution hosted "Medicaid: Where Do We Go From Here?" on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 from 9:00am - 11:00am EST.
Capping off an intensive week-long study and discussion of the core principles and tools of public policy, students were invited to apply their knowledge by researching and developing a policy proposal. Following the principles of Hoover scholarship, the proposals emphasize a specific recommendation using facts, data, and well-constructed arguments. The papers summarize the significance of the new policy and the expected result.