Last semester, a handful of Center for Growth and Opportunity student fellows participated in Utah State University’s annual Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium. One of them, Robbie Spofford, [...]
How pork-barrel politics and exploding development costs created a rocket that only a military contractor could love.
This research explores the key issues underlying the value of a statistical life.
This policy paper points out a number of reasons why smart thermostats have been more effective at reducing energy use than smart meters rolled out under SGIG.
Op-ed: A 15-year-old N.J. law is costing patients real time and money with no real benefit, study finds
The rule requires that if a nurse is serving in an administrative capacity for even a few moments, that nurse may not assist with providing care to patients
He brings years of expertise in policy research and will be managing CGO’s portfolio of technology policy research.
This comment summarizes the proposed rule change, discusses the economic impacts of refugees, and then details research showing the risks of pushing refugees into black markets by making it [...]