Domestic Policy Archives
The ‘Dual Eligible’ Opportunity
Report Karen Davenport, Renée Markus Hodin, and Judy Feder discuss how to improve care and reduce costs for individuals eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.
How to Win the Race for Jobs
Jennifer Granholm outlines how to create a "Race to the Top" for jobs on the Center's competitiveness blog.
To Combat “Growth Deficit,” Invest in R&D While Cutting Elsewhere
Laura Tyson explains how to combat our little-discussed "growth deficit" on the Center's competitiveness blog.
Bending the Curve as Key to Our Success
Randall Stephenson argues that education and investment are our keys to competitiveness on the Center's competitiveness blog.
Accelerating Job Creation and Competitiveness from the Bottom Up
Dan Carol offers steps to boost growth and competitiveness on the Center's competitiveness blog.
Role of Federal Government in Creating a Competitive Economy
Mark Levinson explains how the federal government can guide the private sector to be more competitive on the Center's new competitiveness blog.
Feedback on the Center for American Progress’s “A Focus on Competitiveness: Restructuring Policymaking for Results”
Bruce Mehlman, former assistant secretary of commerce for technology policy under President George W. Bush, responds to the Center's new report on competitiveness on CAP's competitiveness blog.
How Innovation Plays Second Fiddle
The U.S. Treasury must consider innovation and competitiveness strategy along with fiscal policy, writes Rob Atkinson.
An American Innovation Agenda
Kevin Sharer, chairman and CEO of Amgen, talks about what he thinks makes America so competitive in biotechnology.
The Infrastructure Edge
Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell discusses why we need to invest in our infrastructure to remain globally competitive.
What’s the Best Way to Promote Our Future Competitiveness?
CAP's Executive Vice President Sarah Rosen Wartell and Senior Fellow Jitinder Kohli introduce the Center's new blog on promoting the United States's economic competitiveness.
A Really Bad Idea
Scott Lilly explains why a federal hiring freeze wouldn't save much money or be very effective.
Chatterjee & Dechter: GOP’s Hiring Freeze Would Chill Growth
A part of the Republicans' "Pledge to America" proposes a blanket nonsecurity hiring freeze, which will actually be bad for business, write Pratap Chatterjee and Gadi Dechter.