Cato Institute

Still a Protectionist Trade Remedy: The Case for Repealing Section 337

K. William Watson
September 19, 2012
In this Policy Analysis for CATO, Watson states that "section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 gives the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) the power to exclude products from the United S

The Impact of Charter Schools on Public and Private School Enrollments

Richard Buddin
August 29, 2012

In this Policy Analysis, Buddin argues that charter schools have considerable independence from public school in the development of their curriculum and staffing decisions.

The Economic Case against Arizona’s Immigration Laws

Alex Nowrasteh
September 25, 2012
In this Policy Analysis, Nowrasteh contends that Arizona's immigration laws have hurt the state's economy.

Countervailing Calamity: How to Stop the Global Subsidies Race

Scott Lincicome
October 9, 2012

CATO Adjunct Scholar Scott Lincicome, writes in this Policy Analysis that trade reform is desperately needed.

Stopping the Runaway Train: The Case for Privatizing Amtrak

Randal O'Toole
November 13, 2012
In this Policy Analysis, transit expert Randall O'Toole makes the case for the privatization of the Amtrak rail system.

Humanity Unbound: How Fossil Fuels Saved Humanity from Nature and Nature from Humanity

Indur M. Goklany
December 19, 2012
In this Policy Analysis, Goklany notes the development of nature in providing for humanity. We receive food, fuel, clothing, medicine, transportation, mechanical power from some element of nature.

A Rational Response to the Privacy “Crisis”

Larry Downes
January 7, 2013
What is the relationship between personal information acquired over the internet and privacy? Some believe that rapidly evolving information technologies are eroding privacy.

How to Make Guest Worker Visas Work

Alex Nowrasteh
January 31, 2013
Alex Nowrasteh, the immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, writes in this Policy Analysis that, "the three components of politically feasible immi

Promoting Data in the Classroom

Clare McCann and Jennifer Cohen Kabaker
June 1, 2013
In this extensive report from the New America Foundation, the authors contend that in the past decade, states and school districts have designed new ways to expand and inform teachers’ use of data in

Liberalizing Cross-Border Trade in Higher Education: The Coming Revolution of Online Universities

Simon Lester
February 5, 2013
In this Policy Analysis for the Cato Institute, Simon Lester argues that recent developments in higher ed suggest that online education is going to be of increasing importance.
Syndicate content