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Funding Long-Term Care: Cash Benefits for Informal Care
Submitted by Corina Mommaerts on January 29, 2015
We need to integrate the family in long-term care financing.
The Breakdown of Broken Windows?
Submitted by Michael Sierra-Arevalo on January 28, 2015
Crimes and misdemeanors during the NYPD slowdown.
Fear to Heal
Submitted by Michael Sierra-Arevalo on January 26, 2015
An opportunity to rise above fear for police, people of color.
Taking Politics Out of Federal Safeguards
Submitted by Rosa Po on January 13, 2015
The current procedural system is not well-understood, gets little public attention, and needs reform.
Why "Intelligent Openness" is Especially Important When Content is Disaggregated
Submitted by Limor Peer on December 22, 2014
The publication of disaggregated content means ensuring the content is usable, not just accessible, persistent, and citable.
Small, Old, but Vital: Established Small Businesses and the Innovation Economy
Submitted by Matthew Regele on December 8, 2014
Small businesses can be critical facilitators of innovation.
Funding Off-Patent Cancer Drug Development to Reduce Costs of Treatment
Submitted by Rebecca McKibbin on December 3, 2014
Other options for financing research and development of new drugs.
Shining Light on Dark Money in Campaign Finance
Submitted by Jared Milfred on November 25, 2014
Weighing values and evidence in campaign finance disclosure.
Beyond the Election: Who Controls Presidential Policy
Submitted by Patrick O'Brien on November 6, 2014
The president appoints a team of principals that all but sets the choice of policy alternatives.
Rejecting the Biological Clock
Submitted by Jenna Healey on October 30, 2014
The technical solutions for postponing childbirth distracts us from the policy solutions.
The Democratic Virtues of Teaching Statistics
Submitted by Jerome Schafer on October 15, 2014
Educating citizens in basic statistical concepts may improve voter competence.
Health Care’s Older Brother: The Long-Term Care Crisis
Submitted by Corina Mommaerts on October 10, 2014
Long-term care costs are growing, and we need a better way to pay for it: catastrophic coverage.
Connecticut: An Outlier in Family-Friendly Tax Policy
Submitted by Lucy C. Xu on September 29, 2014
Ohio's Missing Debate
Submitted by Rahul Singh on September 24, 2014
Social mobility in Ohio's cities is among the lowest in the country.
Affordable Care Act: What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Politics
Submitted by Baobao Zhang on September 23, 2014
How will the ACA affect enrollees' electoral participation and civic engagement?
Do Alternatives to Police Militarization Exist?
Submitted by Tony Cheng on September 12, 2014
The benefits of having street outreach workers as intermediaries between communities and police.
Treat Traditional Public Schools Fairly
Submitted by Simon Brewer on August 14, 2014
How traditional public schools are left behind.
The Perils of Bitcoin as Currency
Submitted by Rahul Singh on June 30, 2014
Bitcoin has no central bank. It is money unfettered by government.
Cooperating with the Future: Q&A with David Rand
Submitted by admin on June 25, 2014
If enough people have prosocial preferences and care about the future, democracy can work
The Power to Condemn Elections?
Submitted by Susan D. Hyde on May 28, 2014
The Egyptian elections and the presence of international observers.
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