Reducing Misinformation on Social Media: An Experimental Evaluation of Two Policy Interventions
The Tension between Agency Authority and the Constitution
Can Landowners Exclude Drones from Their Low Airspace?
If You Extend It, They Will Come: The Effects of the STEM OPT Extension
Introduction Labor market opportunities have long been recognized as a driving force in international students’ mobility, and empirical evidence on their movement to higher-income countries lends its support for this hypothesis (Suter and Jandl, 2006; Rosenzweig, 2008; She and Wotherspoon, 2013). Obtaining a degree from the United States is even more important for international students, […]
Substantial Defects: Deference, Juries, and Agency Fact-Finding
The FCC, USF, and USAC: An Alphabet Soup of Due Process Violations
Can Private Agricultural Lands Contribute to Carbon Sequestration?
How Does Granting Driving Privileges to Undocumented Migrants Affect Traffic Fatalities?
Police Chief Joseph Sinagra, Saugerties, NY: “People aren’t running from the police now. They’re stopping. And we haven’t had a chase around here, to be honest with you, which is really good. It’s community safety… My officers now are spending more time on the street. They’re spending less time detaining individuals.” In the same interview, […]
Wildlife Crossing Ahead: Costs and Benefits of Avoided Collisions
Bringing NEPA Back to Basics
The Long-Run Effects of Temporary Protection from Deportation
What are the Effects of Utah Income Tax Rate Cuts?
1. Introduction With state budget surpluses and record high state reserve account balances, Utah lawmakers are considering policy reforms for the 2023 legislative session that continue to support the state’s growth while leaving some reserves available for potential economic downturn in the future. For the third time since 2018, a cut in the Utah individual […]
What are the Effects of Missouri Corporate Income Tax Rate Cuts?
Does High Market Concentration Contribute to Inflation?
Public Interest Comment for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) on the Intersection of Privacy, Equity, and Civil Rights
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration asks a series of crucial questions in this proceeding. It seeks to understand how commercial data collection and use, especially through artificial intelligence (AI) methods, might adversely affect underserved or marginalized communities through disparate impacts. Importantly, it wants to understand how “specific data collection and use practices potentially create […]
Should Congress Extend the Moratorium on Regulating Human Spaceflight?
Taking Politics Out of Refugee Policy: Improving US Resettlement for Those Most in Need
CGO Tech Poll
Flexible open credentials: How micro and nanocredentials can revolutionize higher education
Does Free Information Provision Crowd Out Costly Information Acquisition? It’s a Matter of Timing
Improving the FDA: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Rapid Tests
CGO Amicus Curiae Brief Filed in Gonzalez v. Google LLC
What Should Policymakers Do about Social Media and Minors?
What Business Tax Reforms Would Be Best for Tennessee?
The Impact of Wildfires on Internal Migration in the United States
The Slow Adjustment in Tech Labor: Why Do High-Paying Tech Jobs Go Unfilled?
Introduction The technology industry in the United States has faced a challenge in recruiting talent. Though wages are above average, there are many unfilled jobs. In 2019, over 7.5 million positions were vacant, and the tech sector made up roughly 918,000 of those job openings. In 2020 the median income of computer occupations was $91,350, […]