The Committee for Economic Development is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led, public policy organization that delivers well researched analysis and reasoned solutions to our nation’s most critical issues.
CED's research falls under 4 pillars: fiscal health, education, global competitiveness, and democratic institutions.
Odland Talks Evolution of Brick-and-Mortar on Bloomberg
Fiscal Health, Economic Growth
September 19, 2014
CED Spring Policy Conference, Media Coverage
Education, Early Childhood, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth, Economy & Federal Budget, Health Care, Global Competitiveness, Women's Economic Empowerment
May 06, 2014
By Jeffrey Hooke Vice President and Director of Economic Studies Global Filings Worldwide patent applications have been increasing steadily for the last four years, following...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Global Competitiveness
October 29, 2014
2014 Lame Duck Legislative Issues
To: Interested parties From: Wexler | Walker Date: October 20, 2014 Re: 2014 Lame Duck Legislative Issues Overview: Only in Washington would we need... Fiscal Health
October 22, 2014
October 2014 Trustee Update Call: Slowing Healthcare Cost Growth
By Joe Minarik Senior VP & Director of Research I was planning to talk about...
Health Care Reform Project,
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth, Economy & Federal Budget, Health Care
October 15, 2014
Russia and Argentina: Two Nations Behaving Badly
By Jeffrey Hooke Vice President and Director of Economic Studies Today’s global economy...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth, Global Competitiveness
October 01, 2014
CED Co-Chair Maggie Wilderotter on Business Statesmanship
Maggie Wilderotter, CED's Co-Chair and the Chairman and CEO of Frontier Communications, weighs in...
Sustainable Capitalism Project, Fiscal Health
September 30, 2014
CED Rings NASDAQ Closing Bell
In honor of CED’s September 18th Awards Dinner in New York City, NASDAQ...
September 25, 2014
AUGUST ECONOMIC DATA AND SEPTEMBER FED
By Joe Minarik Senior VP & Director of Research Well, back to work. And...
Fiscal Health Project,
Sustainable Capitalism Project, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth
September 24, 2014
Petro Speaks on Early Education to NY State Board of Regents
“The Committee for Economic Development has a decades-old commitment to quality early-childhood education. Over...
Early Learning Project, Education, Early Childhood
September 16, 2014
THE HOOSIER STATE’S PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CHALLENGE: $3.8 Billion Privatized Indiana Toll Road is Running Fine, But Debt Problems Loom
By Jeffrey Hooke Vice President and Director of Economic Studies Public private partnerships (P3) represent...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Economy & Federal Budget
September 10, 2014
Spotlight On: John S. Watson, 2014 Distinguished Performance Award for Corporate Citizenship
"For more than 135 years, Chevron has been focused on the same goal – safely developing...
September 10, 2014