The assumptions and projections made in Delivering for America are no longer valid and the Plan is not achieving its intended goals.
A National Crisis: Mental Health Disorders and Workforce Shortages in the Healthcare Sector – New York State Case Study
Before the pandemic, the healthcare sector was experiencing workforce shortages. Since then, this challenge has turned into a crisis.
A Critique of the CFPB Proposed Rule: Companies That Use Arbitration Agreements Do Not Pose Any Greater Risks to Consumers Than Those That Do Not
This study analyzes and, ultimately, refutes a primary premise used by the CFPB to justify a proposed rule to conduct what it described as a risk-based supervision program that would increase scrutiny of and enforcement attention to nonbank financial services companies …
Rent control policies discourage investment and decrease the housing supply.
In the biopharmaceutical distribution chain, manufacturers incur nearly all the risk, yet higher returns are obtained further down the chain.
Animal health products are indispensable to the American economy and communities.
Sales by U.S. brands on Alibaba’s platforms result in substantial contributions to the companies along the supply chain and communities across America.
Geopolitical and national security considerations will define what is possible in the realm of international trade and investment.
Physician-led hospitals are critical to the American healthcare system and have positive contributions to the U.S. economy.
Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) is a crucial program that provides assistance to working families, the elderly, and the disabled. All areas of life are improved with access to decent and stable housing.
The benefits of FDI are threatened by geopolitical risks and chronic supply chain disruptions.
Empirical evidence shows that arbitration is an effective process for resolving consumer and employment disputes.