Steven Fazzari is quoted in an article about recovering from the Great Recession.
Steven S. Smith, Ph.D., the Kate M. Gregg Professor of Social Sciences and professor of political science in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, testified at a Senate hearing Sept. 22 on legislative proposals to change filibuster proced
Steve Smith is quoted in an article about Alaskan senator Lisa Murkowiski and her seeking a second full term as an independent.
This article references the report written by Melinda Warren and Susan Dudley titled A Decade of Growth in the Regulators' Budget: An Analysis of the U.S. Budget for Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011.
Steven Fazzari is quoted in this article about the economic recovery.
Murray Weidenbaum is quoted in this article about the merits of a value-added tax.
In this article written by James Gibson, the isse of empathy among justices on the Supreme Court is examined.
Weidenbaum Center Director Steven Smith publishes this paper in Issues in Government Studies about the growing trend of formality in the Senate.
A Decade of Growth in the Regulators' Budget: An Analysis of the U.S. Budget for Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011
This is an article featuring a study written by the Weidenbaum Center's Melinda Warren and George Washington University's Susan Dudley.
Spending and staffing at federal regulatory agencies are scheduled to increase in 2011.
Steve Smith examines partisanship and procedural battles in Washington.
Murray Weidenbaum wrote this article about a shift in the balance among the private and public sectors in favor of the govenment.
In this article from energybiz magazine, Murray Weidenbaum writes about rising energy prices.
In this article written by Murray Weidenbaum, the shfiting economic power from individuals to the federal government is examined.
Murray Weidenbaum wrote this article about health care and the stimulus for USA Today.
The 2008 U.S. presidential campaign has provided a lifetime's worth of surprises. Once again, however, the nomination process highlighted the importance of organization, political prowess, timing, and money