AAPSS hosted an online seminar, co-sponsored by SAGE Publishing, that focused on international economic and policy approaches to environmental regulation. Professor William Nordhaus, the AAPSS's Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize winner, was joined by a panel of experts to discuss carbon pricing approaches, climate clubs, and contemporary international climate policy.
When President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan (ARP) into law in March of this year, observers described it as “the second war on poverty,” almost matching in scope and ambition the first, passed by President Johnson some 57 years ago. However, unlike Johnson’s efforts—which benefited the elderly the most—the ARP will likely have its […]
This webinar, featuring work from a new volume of the ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, will cover a broad range of issues and policies that have affected working class Americans in the decade-long recovery from the Great Recession and the onset of the COVID recession and recovery. The presenters, including Erica […]
Please join the AAPSS for a webinar and discussion, based on a recent volume of the ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, that will review key insights from new and existing research that can provide guidance for homelessness policies and state and local interventions. Moderator: Dennis Culhane, University of Pennsylvania Panelists: […]
What did more than a decade of economic expansion following the Great Recession do for the working class? And how can policymakers improve American workers’ future following the COVID-19 pandemic? Join AEI’s Michael R. Strain and contributing authors for a discussion on the 2021 issue of The Annals of the American Academy of Political and […]