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.
Here’s the Deal
There is muddling through, and there is kicking the can down the road. Although neither is conclusive, the former is more purposeful. The...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Economy & Federal Budget
December 12, 2013
Repost: America’s Businesses Need the Common Core
Last week Allan Golson, President, United States Program for the Bill & Melinda Gates...
Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, K-12
November 26, 2013
Op-Ed: CED Fiscal Health Subcommittee Co-chairs Urge A Sustainable Economic Path
For the past decade, America’s finances have been handled not by “pay-as-you-go...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health
November 22, 2013
CED’s Latest Report Highlights Historical Perspectives on Money in Politics
Over the past 45 years, the Committee for Economic Development (CED) has engaged in advocacy for...
Money In Politics Project, Democratic Institutions, Campaign Finance
November 22, 2013
CED Letter to Congress Urges Action on Budget Deadlock
CED recently sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to resolve the fiscal year 2014 budget...
Fiscal Health Project, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth
November 14, 2013
SPOTLIGHT ON: Joseph E. Kasputys
2013 Distinguished Performance Award: The Trustee Leadership Award CURRENT POSITION: Chairman, Economic Ventures, Inc. BASIS OF...
November 04, 2013
Odland Discusses Affordable Care Act on FOX's Cavuto
Fiscal Health, Health Care
October 28, 2013