Human Capital Contracts: “Equity-like” Instruments for Financing Higher Education

By Miguel Palacios. Policy Analysis No. 462. December 16, 2002.

The Need for Educational Freedom in the Nation’s Capital

By Casey J. Lartigue Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 461. December 10, 2002.

Joint Strike Fighter: Can a Multiservice Fighter Program Succeed?

By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 460. December 5, 2002.

The Empire Strikes Out: The “New Imperialism” and Its Fatal Flaws

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 459. November 26, 2002.

Misguided Guidelines: A Critique of Federal Sentencing

By Erik Luna. Policy Analysis No. 458. November 1, 2002.

Birth of the Digital New Deal: An Inventory of High-Tech Pork-Barrel Spending

By Adam D. Thierer, Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Thomas Pearson. Policy Analysis No. 457. October 28, 2002.

Does Cleanliness Lead to Competitiveness? The Failure of Maine’s Experiment with Taxpayer Financing of Campaigns

By Patrick Basham and Martin Zelder. Policy Analysis No. 456. October 16, 2002.

International Banking Regulation: Where’s the Market Discipline in Basel II?

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Policy Analysis No. 455. October 15, 2002.

Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2002

By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 454. September 20, 2002.

Saving Lives or Wasting Resources? The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act

By C. Gregory Ruffennach. Policy Analysis No. 453. September 19, 2002.

Human Bar Code: Monitoring Biometric Technologies in a Free Society

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 452. September 17, 2002.

Election 2002 and the Problems of American Democracy

By John Samples and Patrick Basham. Policy Analysis No. 451. September 5, 2002.

Liberating Teachers: Toward Market Competition in Teacher Representation

By Myron Lieberman. Policy Analysis No. 450. August 28, 2002.

Sustainable Development: A Dubious Solution in Search of a Problem

By Jerry Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 449. August 26, 2002.

Government Financing of Campaigns: Public Choice and Public Values

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 448. August 26, 2002.

The Globalization of Human Well-Being

By Indur M. Goklany. Policy Analysis No. 447. August 22, 2002.

How Constitutional Corruption Has Led to Ideological Litmus Tests for Judicial Nominees

By Roger Pilon. Policy Analysis No. 446. August 6, 2002.

Fixing Argentina

By Kurt Schuler. Policy Analysis No. 445. July 16, 2002.

Escaping IDEA: Freeing Parents, Teachers, and Students through Deregulation and Choice

By Marie Gryphon and David F. Salisbury. Policy Analysis No. 444. July 10, 2002.

Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Preserving Our Liberties While Fighting Terrorism

By Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 443. June 26, 2002.

Empty Promises: Why the Bush Administration’s Half-Hearted Attempts at Defense Reform Have Failed

By David Isenberg and Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 442. June 11, 2002.

Online Travel Services: The Antitrust Assault on Orbitz—and on Consumers

By James V. DeLong. Policy Analysis No. 441. June 4, 2002.

There Goes the Neighborhood: The Bush-Ashcroft Plan to “Help” Localities Fight Gun Crime

By Gene Healy. Policy Analysis No. 440. May 28, 2002.

Building Leverage in the Long War: Ensuring Intelligence Community Creativity in the Fight against Terrorism

By James W. Harris. Policy Analysis No. 439. May 16, 2002.

Policing Pirates in the Networked Age

By Stan Liebowitz. Policy Analysis No. 438. May 15, 2002.