Countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) need to implement privatization in order to sustain their transitions toward more representative political systems and inclusive economic instit
California shut down its 400-plus local redevelopment agencies (RDAs) in 2012, following years of local government
In the United States, the authority to regulate medical professionals lies with the states. To practice within a state, clinicians must obtain a license from that state’s government.
Over the past six years, policymakers and business leaders alike have seen the U.S. economy buffeted by larger-than-usual uncertainty about fiscal policy.
Most new rail transit lines in the United States and around the world are either light rail, including lines that sometimes run in or cross city streets, or heavy rail, which are built in exclusive
"The evidence is summarized in the Surgeon General’s 'Smoking and Health' report of 1979, which lists several major studies showing that smokers of a half-pack of cigarettes per day have about one-
Economist Richard Vedder examines the positive impact that right-to-work laws have on the economies of states that have such laws enacted.
Paying out of pocket for a child to attend a private school creates a “positive externality.” Families that make this choice are relieving the
The Thomas B. Fordham institute suggests that private schools should administer state standardized tests and expel consistently “underperforming” schools in the choice program.