The Farming of Washington: How U.S. Agricultural Policies Affect the American Farm

By Don Doig. Policy Analysis No. 27. August 24, 1983.

Are American Schools Working? Disturbing Cost and Quality Trends

By Edwin G. West. Policy Analysis No. 26. August 9, 1983.

Forecasting The Economy: Do Presidents Get It Right?

By Randolph H. Boehm. Policy Analysis No. 25. June 30, 1983.

Deficits and the Economy

By Joe Stilwell. Policy Analysis No. 24. May 26, 1983.

The Causes and Risks of Excessive Foreign Lending

By Mark Hulbert. Policy Analysis No. 23. April 20, 1983.

He Who Pays the Piper: Federal Funding Of Research

By Don Doig. Policy Analysis No. 22. March 17, 1983.

Antitrust Policy: Reform or Repeal?

By Dominick T. Armentano. Policy Analysis No. 21. January 18, 1983.

Natural Gas Regulation: Throwing Out Supply and Demand

By Nolan Ezra Clark. Policy Analysis No. 20. December 1, 1982.

The Underground Federal Government: Bane of the Balanced Budget?

By James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Policy Analysis No. 19. October 21, 1982.

Competition, Regulation, and the Market Process: An “Austrian” Perspective

By Israel M. Kirzner. Policy Analysis No. 18. September 30, 1982.

Gold, Paper, or…Is There a Better Money?

By David Friedman. Policy Analysis No. 17. September 23, 1982.

The Gold Standard: An Analysis of Some Recent Proposals

By Joseph T. Salerno. Policy Analysis No. 16. September 9, 1982.

Precision-Guided Munitions and the Neutron Bomb

By Robert C. Aldridge. Policy Analysis No. 15. August 26, 1982.

Dairy Price Supports: Still Milking the Public

By Michael McMenamin. Policy Analysis No. 14. August 19, 1982.

The Reagan Budget: The Deficit that Didn’t Have to Be

By David Boaz. Policy Analysis No. 13. August 10, 1982.

Deregulation and Re-Regulation of Transportation

By Thomas Gale Moore. Policy Analysis No. 12. July 8, 1982.

Property Rights In Radio Communication: The Key to the Reform of Telecommunications Regulation

By Milton Mueller. Policy Analysis No. 11. June 3, 1982.

Reagan’s 1983 Defense Budget: An Analysis and an Alternative

By Earl C. Ravenal. Policy Analysis No. 10. April 30, 1982.

The Social and Economic Effects Of Nuclear War

By Arthur Katz and Sima R. Osdoby. Policy Analysis No. 9. April 21, 1982.

Inflation and the Federal Reserve: The Consequences of Political Money Supply

By Lawrence H. White. Policy Analysis No. 8. April 15, 1982.

The Savings & Loan Industry: Averting Collapse

By Joe Stilwell. Policy Analysis No. 7. February 15, 1982.

Reagan’s Nuclear Defense Strategy: Myth and Reality

By Fred Kaplan. Policy Analysis No. 6. January 30, 1982.

An Analysis of the District of Columbia: Education Tax Credit Initiative

By Edwin G. West. Policy Analysis No. -1. October 27, 1981.

Immigration Policy: A New Approach

By Jennifer Roback. Policy Analysis No. 5. October 20, 1981.

Unemployment: Causes and Cures

By Farrell E. Block. Policy Analysis No. 4. October 10, 1981.