Икономика на труда, образованието, здравеопазването
Schools for Misrule
Издател: Encounter Books
From Barack Obama (Harvard and Chicago) to Bill and Hillary Clinton (Yale), many of our current national leaders emerged from the rarefied air of the nation’s top law schools. The ideas taught there in one generation often shape national policy in the next.
The trouble is, Walter Olson reveals in Schools for Misrule, our elite law schools keep
Social Security's Looming Surpluses
Издател: Тhe AEI Press
This collection of seven research papers (one by the editor), together with commentaries by distinguished discussants and an introduction by the editor, represents the proceedings of a 1989 conference held at the American Enterprise Institute. The authors and commentators are distinguished economists (including Alan Blinder of Princeton, James
The Beautiful Tree
Издател: Cato Institute
The Beautiful Tree is not a comfortable book. It questions any number of orthodoxies and stereotypes, with a bracing willingness to confront conventional assumptions. But at the same time it is a beautiful book—alive to the grace of people, and their desire for a better life, a better future and a better education.
Written by James Tooley and
The Division of Labour in Society
Издател: The Free Press
The Division of Labor in Society is the dissertation of French sociologist Émile Durkheim, written in 1893. It was influential in advancing sociological theories and thought, with ideas which in turn were influenced by Auguste Comte. Durkheim described how social order was maintained in societies based on two very different forms of solidarity
The Global Education Industry
The first edition of this pioneering book produced surprising conclusions from research around the world into the extent of private education. James Tooley challenged the prevailing wisdom that private education fosters social and economic inequality.
On the contrary, he found that the private sector, as well as being innovative, often
The Rule of Experts
Издател: The Cato Institute
Occupational licensure is a political process whereby various trades and professions are enabled to erect barriers against competition through the enforcement power of the state. Some 640 occupations in the United States require registration, and some 490 are currently licensed. This procedure limits consumer choice, raises consumer costs,
Unemployment, Restructuring, and the Labor Market in Eastern Europe and Russia
Издател: The World Bank
When transition started in Eastern Europe and Russia, it was clear that unemployment would emerge and that, at least initially, job losses were likely to be large given the size of the shocks and the disruption to systems of production and trade. How large the unemployment and how long it will last still remains largely unknown. This report
Издател: Stockholm Network
The authors encompass a wide spectrum of expertise and write from diverse backgrounds. While every country is unique, the essays highlight universal values of consumer choice and market mechanisms in government reform which may be adopted to any national context.
Бедността в България
Издател: Институт за пазарна икономика
В рамките на две години екипът на ИПИ постави във фокуса на своите усилия изследването на проблемите на бедността и неравенството, пречупени през призмата на образованието и заетостта. В
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