Professional Licensure and Quality: The Evidence

By Stanley J. Gross. Policy Analysis No. 79. December 9, 1986.

Fiddling While the GATT Burns

By Martin Wolf. Policy Analysis No. 78. September 25, 1986.

The Failure of Federal Job Training

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 77. August 28, 1986.

Privatization: The Worker Buy-Out Option

By Peter Young. Policy Analysis No. 76. July 28, 1986.

Market Solutions to the Education Crisis

By Myron Lieberman. Policy Analysis No. 75. July 1, 1986.

U.S. Aid to Anti-Communist Rebels: The “Reagan Doctrine” and Its Pitfalls

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 74. June 24, 1986.

Deductible IRAs Are Best for Workers

By Peter J. Ferrara. Policy Analysis No. 73. June 3, 1986.

Compassion vs Control: FDA Investigational-Drug Regulation

By Dale H. Gieringer. Policy Analysis No. 72. May 20, 1986.

Global Interventionism and a New Imperial Presidency

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 71. May 16, 1986.

Emigration and Citizenship: Implications for Soviet-American Relations

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 70. May 2, 1986.

An “Industrial Policy” for Space?

By Alan Pell Crawford. Policy Analysis No. 69. April 25, 1986.

Does More Technology Create Unemployment?

By R. H. Mabry and A. D. Sharplin. Policy Analysis No. 68. March 18, 1986.

Pursuing a Strategic Divorce: The U.S. and the Anzus Alliance

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 67. February 27, 1986.

The Bonneville Power Administration: The Worst Mess by a Dam Site

By Peter D. Cooper. Policy Analysis No. 66. February 6, 1986.

The Continuing Failure of Foreign Aid

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 65. January 31, 1986.