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American Politics, Then & Now: And Other Essays

by James Q. Wilson

James Q. Wilson is one of AmericaOs most distinguished public policy scholars. This quintessential volume brings together decades of his writing and thinking on all facets of American culture, society, and government....


Inequality in Living Standards since 1980: Income Tells Only a Small Part of the Story

by Orazio P. Attanasio

Studies of wage and income inequality among U.S. citizens over the past thirty years have engendered the common wisdom that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. But is it really that...


Energy Myths and Realities: Bringing Science to the Energy Policy Debate

by Vaclav Smil

There are many misconceptions about the future of global energy often presented as fact by the media, politicians, business leaders, activists, and even scientists_wasting time and money and hampering the development...


Crop Chemophobia: Will Precaution Kill the Green Revolution?

by Jon Entine

In Crop Chemophobia, Jon Entine and his coauthors examine the 'precautionary principle' that underlies the EU's decision and explore the ban's potential consequences-including environmental degradation, decreased...


Regulating Low-Skilled Immigration in the United States

by Gordon H. Hanson

In Regulating Low Skilled Immigration in the United States, Gordon H. Hanson contends that efforts to curtail illegal entry will fail unless policymakers design a system that is responsive to market signals...


Health and Wealth Disparities in the United States

by Anupam B. Jena

Traditional measures of economic disparities among Americans of different race, gender, geographic location, and education level consider only material well-being, so that making two groups economically "equal"...


High-Skilled Immigration in a Global Labor Market

by Barry R. Chiswick

Recent U.S. immigration reform proposals have focused almost exclusively on regulating the population of low-skilled foreign workers. High-Skilled Immigration in a Global Labor Market contends that policymakers...


Boom and Bust: Financial Cycles and Human Prosperity

by Alex J. Pollock

In Understanding Financial Crises, Alex J. Pollock explains that while economic downturns can be frightening and difficult, people living in free markets economies today enjoy greater health and longevity, have...


Wealth and Justice: The Morality of Democratic Capitalism

by Peter Wehner

In Wealth and Justice, Arthur C. Brooks and Peter Wehner provide an overview of the history of capitalism in contrast to other economic systems, answer vital questions about the relationship between the free...


Lincoln at Two Hundred: Why We Still Read the Sixteenth President

by Walter Berns

Abraham Lincoln was the greatest of our presidents. He saved the Union, and because he saved the Union, he was able to free the slaves. But he did more than this. Without him, we might have had no reason to...


Safety, Liberty, and Islamist Terrorism: American and European Approaches to Domestic Counterterrorism

by Gary J. Schmitt

In Safety, Liberty, and Islamist Terrorism: American and European Approaches to Domestic Counterterrorism, Gary J. Schmitt leads a group of security and intelligence experts in analyzing the domestic counterterrorism...


The Road to Renewal: Private Investment in the U.S. Transportation Infrastructure

by R. Richard Geddes

In The Road to Renewal, R. Richard Geddes surveys the current state of U.S. ground transportation and finds that, like the roads themselves, transportation policy is in desperate need of repair. A shift toward...


Thwarting Consumer Choice: The Case Against Mandatory Labeling for Genetically Modified Foods

by Gary E. Marchant

In Thwarting Consumer Choice, Gary E. Marchant, Guy A. Cardineau, and Thomas P. Redick contend that mandatory GM labeling laws actually harm consumers by pushing genetically modified foods off the market.


Offshore Financial Centers and Regulatory Competition

by Andrew P. Morriss

In Offshore Financial Centers and Regulatory Competition, a group of leading international law and finance experts argues that offshore jurisdictions have become key players in corporate finance and captive...


Housing Policy at a Crossroads: The Why, How, and Who of Assistance Programs

by John C. Weicher

Since Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, American housing policy has focused on building homes for the poor. Housing Policy at a Crossroads provides a comprehensive survey of past low-income housing programs...


Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform

by Jonathan Adler, Jonathan H. Adler & Jamison E. Colburn

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) may be the most powerful environmental law in the United States. Enacted in 1973, the ESA prohibits any actions that may cause harm to endangered plants and animals or the ecosystems...


The Impact of Labor Taxes on Labor Supply: An International Perspective

by Richard Rogerson

As the Bush-era tax cuts are set to expire in 2010, ambitious health care legislation is moving through Congress, and entitlement programs are growing at unsustainable rates, U.S. policymakers face important...


The American Health Economy Illustrated

by Christopher J. Conover

With 150 original color charts and graphs, The Illustrated Guide to the American Health Care Economy is an attractive, user-friendly, one-of-a-kind resource on the economics of health care in the United States....


Public Insurance and Private Markets

by Jeffrey R. Brown, Mark J. Browne & Andrew G. Biggs

Public Insurance and Private Markets offers market-based guidelines for the proper scope of government intervention and the design of public insurance programs_guidelines that will benefit the U.S. economy and...


Swap: How Trade Works

by Philip I. Levy & Claude Barfield

A concise introduction to the principles of world economics, Swap is an easy-to-understand resource for a general audience. This brief, practical volume covers the principles of specialization, comparative advantage,...