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A leading public intellectual, fresh from government service, explores the complexities of cost-benefit analysis.
A new regulation in Massachusetts aims to direct food waste away from landfills and toward more productive uses.
In Colombia, the Center for Social Innovation is exploring how much government can do to facilitate social change.
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International food assistance can lead to a spike in the occurrence of armed conflict within a country.
Deeply Divided: Racial Politics and Social Movements in Post-War America offers a sweeping look at political and economic divisions in American politics over the past century.
The first chief technology officer of the United States offers a vision for remaking public services.
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