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Jackson Gode and Vanessa Williamson write that the dip in IRS refunds this year points to overall financial insecurity among Americans and the poor choices... [Read More]
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Studying government spending by advanced economies 100 years ago can provide key policy lessons for developing economies today. [Read More]
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The Department of Education released new guidance on monitoring the "supplement-not-supplant" provision that might be perceived as the Trump administration issuing a big "sorry not... [Read More]
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The Academy Awards celebrate many dimensions of filmmaking, including acting, directing, writing, costumes, makeup, special effects, and sound editing. But one of the key components... [Read More]
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New START has less than two years to run, but the Trump administration remains reluctant to extend it. House Democrats should use their power of... [Read More]
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USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative researchers dissect why surprise out-of-network billing happens and detail a suite a potential policy responses and what impacts each would have. [Read More]
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Bill Galston writes that the leftward shift of the Democratic party has occurred to a greater degree among white voters than African-American and Hispanic voters.... [Read More]
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It's past time districts introduce accountability goals that address the source of our educational problems: segregation. [Read More]
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On January 8, the Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings hosted the launch of a report titled "Islam as Statecraft: How governments use religion... [Read More]
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Small and medium-sized enterprises have the lowest rates of business survival in Africa. Entrepreneurship needs to be nurtured with a more inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem and... [Read More]
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David Malpass, U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the flagship development bank, appears distinctly unsuited to the job. To protect the World Bank 's... [Read More]
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Washington continues to suffer from the same elemental failure as it did in 2017: the U.S. lacks a clear infrastructure vision. [Read More]
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Janet Yellen, distinguished fellow in residence in Economic Studies and former chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, discusses with host David... [Read More]
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The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to conduct in-depth research that leads to new ideas... [Read More]
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Many Europeans are no longer convinced that transatlantic relations will return to "normal" with a new administration; they are increasingly focused on strengthening their own... [Read More]
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Egyptian President Abdel-Fatteh el-Sissi assumes the African Union chairmanship, South Africa's Eskom power company ends rolling blackouts, and mobile service providers Bharti Airtel and Telkom... [Read More]
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Current women's economic empowerment interventions are not enough to overcome all obstacles facing female entrepreneurs. [Read More]
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Summary and video clips from a Brookings Institution event featuring Stacey Abrams with Jelani Cobb on how to address voting suppression in the United States. [Read More]
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A more racially diverse America is both inevitable and necessary to its growth, demographer William H. Frey discusses. [Read More]
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Kaizen management training offers a path to productivity growth for African entrepreneurs, particularly those who cannot afford to employ highly-educated and skilled workers. [Read More]
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