Devin O’Connor on Alternative Pathways for Workforce Development
Lessons of preparing for the future of work.
Lessons of preparing for the future of work.
Bernard Bailey shares his new plan for CED's research and events.
What can US business and private investment do to alleviate the stresses on American infrastructure?
As 2018 comes to a close, economists have begun forecasting the future of the global economy.
Americans finally have the long-awaited conclusion of the 2018 midterms.
Indications from the results for FY 2018 are that our budget problem is, if anything, worse than it was one year ago.
In our information-rich, digitized society, new technologies and data analytics are defining learning opportunities that were previously unimaginable.
How should the US government deal with the growing challenges that the cyber-realm present to both public and private policy.
With the 2020 Census rapidly approaching, the US Census Bureau faces many challenges, from whether they will ask about race and citizenship to if they have enough funding to establish a robust database.
A recent Washington policy paper took a highly negative view of legislation that would enroll all Americans under “Medicare for all” health insurance. However, the advocates of the legislation claimed victory.
The residential solar industry is changing at a breathtaking pace. Hear John Berger discuss the trends he’s seeing in the residential solar space and beyond.
Regulatory reform is high on the agenda, with recent legislative changes effected with bi-partisan support. What are some of the top issues on the reform agenda and how are the changes likely to occur?
The future of work is here: population demographics, degree inflation, technological complexity, and the contingent workforce are just a few of the factors changing how business gets done.
The year 2018 is well underway and government data are beginning to come in. What do we know so far about the global economy?
The Congressional Budget Office recently released its budget and economic outlook, which—for the first time—includes the 2017 Tax Cuts.
The U.S. political system is flawed. Gerrymandering restrictions can help. Hear Paul Smith and Gerry Hebert discuss their solutions, which they argued in front of the Supreme Court.
Douglas Chia discusses an overview of corporate governance issues and possible business solutions.
Mike Hopkins addresses the immense changes to the electricity grid, and their effects on the generation of electricity. How can business leaders and policymakers respond to this inevitable transformation?
Stefan Selig provides his insights on global reactions to the imposition of U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.
There are valid reasons for government regulation in our complex and fast-moving lives. But regulation can also be overdone, stifling competition and economic growth.
The U.S. health care system is flawed. Find out how businesses can help.
Jeffrey Schott shares his insights on the tenuous future of NAFTA.
Will Congress act on health care, infrastructure, and immigration this year? Tom Carpenter shares his insights.
Will the tax bill before Congress create jobs, what will its effect be on the nation’s deficit, and what are its chances of becoming law? Bill Gale answers these questions and more.
The 100x25 initiative aims to target barriers that women face while participating in the economy by encouraging more women to take leadership positions.
As 21st century companies get larger and hold a greater market share, at what point does the government need to take action to ensure that markets remain competitive, and consumers have options?
Postsecondary educational institutions must adapt to advances in technological capability in order to meet the changing needs of the workforce.
One way to expand the insufficient U.S. labor supply is to increase the number of contingent workers, but some obstacles stand in the way.
Partisanship is at an all-time high in D.C. and throughout the country.
Companies with greater board diversity typically outperform their less diverse counterparts.
With a current focus on high school and college completion rates, national and local leaders have increased interest in the importance of learning at the earliest stages...
Smart regulations are essential to a well-functioning economy and government.
The U.S. currently faces serious economic challenges – a growing national debt, rising economic inequality, an aging workforce, and shifts in the labor market from globalization...
After their failed attempt at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) earlier this year, Congress and the Administration are making a second go at health care reform.
The Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision led to a lot of speculation about corporate campaign contributions.
The world economy, global business environment, and international financial markets are increasingly influenced by actions and events undertaken in and by China.
The new Administration and Congress have nearly reached the big one hundred day milestone.
The new Administration has signaled that expanding school choice will be its central policy priority for K-12 education.
Women make up nearly half of the U.S. labor force and are a crucial part of the economy.
Every society needs some regulation to ensure a fair playing field and encourage free-market competition.
Deteriorating U.S. infrastructure has important economic consequences.
Tax reform is a key component of the new Administration and Congress’s plans to boost economic growth and increase job creation.
Congress is quickly moving forward to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The transition to the new Administration and Congress will culminate on Inauguration Day.