Saving taxpayers and protecting homes, this solution is a win-win for landowners, insurers, and policymakers. To keep this private approach alive, we’ll need protections that fan the flames of innovation.
In this paper, the authors examine how fiber buildouts affect competition and service quality from non-fiber incumbent providers, including cable and aDSL providers.
This paper examines cities that switched from at-large to ward elections and the effects it had on how many building permits cities issue for housing.
This edited volume builds on Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom’s research with six chapters by renowned environmental scholars.
In this policy paper, Jenkins, Dougher, and Garlick begin by examining how the maintenance backlog was created and why it has persisted over time.
This research explores the environmental consequences of mandating ethanol in greater detail and makes policy recommendations.