Dismal Science: The Shortcomings of U.S. School Choice Research and How to Address Them
By John Merrifield. Policy Analysis No. 616. April 16, 2008.
Does Rail Transit Save Energy or Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 615. April 14, 2008.
Organ Sales and Moral Travails: Lessons from the Living Kidney Vendor Program in Iran
By Benjamin E. Hippen. Policy Analysis No. 614. March 20, 2008.
The Grass Is Not Always Greener: A Look at National Health Care Systems Around the World
By Michael D. Tanner. Policy Analysis No. 613. March 18, 2008.
Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification: Franz Kafka’s Solution to Illegal Immigration
By Jim Harper. Policy Analysis No. 612. March 6, 2008.
Parting with Illusions: Developing a Realistic Approach to Relations with Russia
By Nikolas Gvosdev. Policy Analysis No. 611. February 29, 2008.
Learning the Right Lessons from Iraq
By Benjamin H. Friedman, Harvey M. Sapolsky and Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 610. February 13, 2008.
What to Do about Climate Change
By Indur M. Goklany. Policy Analysis No. 609. February 5, 2008.
Cracks in the Foundation: NATO’s New Troubles
By Stanley Kober. Policy Analysis No. 608. January 15, 2008.
The Connection between Wage Growth and Social Security’s Financial Condition
By Jagadeesh Gokhale. Policy Analysis No. 607. December 10, 2007.
The Planning Tax: The Case against Regional Growth-Management Planning
By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 606. December 6, 2007.
The Public Education Tax Credit
By Adam B. Schaeffer. Policy Analysis No. 605. December 5, 2007.
A Gift of Life Deserves Compensation: How to Increase Living Kidney Donation with Realistic Incentives
By Arthur J. Matas. Policy Analysis No. 604. November 7, 2007.
What Can the United States Learn from the Nordic Model?
By Daniel J. Mitchell. Policy Analysis No. 603. November 5, 2007.
Do You Know the Way to L.A.? San Jose Shows How to Turn an Urban Area into Los Angeles in Three Stressful Decades
By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 602. October 17, 2007.
The Freedom to Spend Your Own Money on Medical Care: A Common Casualty of Universal Coverage
By Kent Masterson Brown. Policy Analysis No. 601. October 15, 2007.
Taiwan’s Defense Budget: How Taipei’s Free Riding Risks War
By Justin Logan and Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 600. September 13, 2007.
End It, Don’t Mend It: What to Do with No Child Left Behind
By Andrew J. Coulson and Neal McCluskey. Policy Analysis No. 599. September 5, 2007.
Don’t Increase Federal Gasoline Taxes—Abolish Them
By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. Policy Analysis No. 598. August 7, 2007.
Medicaid’s Soaring Cost: Time to Step on the Brakes
By Jagadeesh Gokhale. Policy Analysis No. 597. July 19, 2007.
Debunking Portland: The City That Doesn’t Work
By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 596. July 9, 2007.
The Massachusetts Health Plan: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
By David A. Hyman. Policy Analysis No. 595. June 28, 2007.
The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies
By Bryan Caplan. Policy Analysis No. 594. May 29, 2007.
Federal Aid to the States: Historical Cause of Government Growth and Bureaucracy
By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 593. May 22, 2007.
The Corporate Welfare State: How the Federal Government Subsidizes U.S. Businesses
By Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 592. May 14, 2007.