Working Papers

Spatial models of policymaking have evolved from the median voter theorem through the inclusion of institutional considerations such as political parties, committees, and various voting and amendment rules.
While there have been dramatic increases in provision of and participation in full-day kindergarten, there is little evidence on the impact and cost-effectiveness of such programs and policies, particularly as compared to other types of investments in early childhood.
The conventional wisdom is that the U.S. Congress is not well-structured to do policy analysis.
The purpose of this paper is to describe proposals for reform of low-income housing assistance that will alleviate poverty without increasing public spending.
Mary Evans
Scott Gilpatric
This is the first paper to explain and systematically document ‘enforcement leakage,’ where enforcement at one facility reduces performance at facilities in the same industry but facing a different regulatory authority.
August 2017