The Progressive Policy Institute
PPI WEEKLY WRAP-UP: Agenda 2016, What Democrats Are Missing, and TPP’s Impact on Small Business
AGENDA 2016–REVIVING U.S. ECONOMIC GROWTH: The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) teamed up with Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy to…
Agenda 2016: Reviving U.S. Economic Growth
The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) teamed up with Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy to co-host a compelling symposium…
The Guardian: ‘New Democrats’ sound alarm over Sanders and Clinton’s leftward march
PPI President Will Marshall was quoted in a piece by The Guardian addressing the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates and the party’s shift to the left:…
Jason Furman Remarks at Recent PPI Event on Reviving Private Investment in the U.S.
Business Investment in the United States: Facts, Explanations, Puzzles, and Policies Remarks by Jason Furman Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers September 30, 2015 Progressive Policy…
PRESS RELEASE: PPI Statement On Secretary Clinton’s Opposition to TPP
WASHINGTON– The Progressive Policy Institute issued the following statement in response to Secretary Clinton’s announced opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement: “Progressives—and all Americans—seek…
PPI Asia Trip Report
International engagement is integral to PPI’s mission of policy innovation, going back to the “third way” dialogues we helped to launch back in the 1990s….
Washington Post: Lowest performing D.C. Public Schools should become charters
David Osborne’s newest report, “A Tale of Two Systems: Education Reform in Washington D.C.“, was featured as an exclusive in the Washington Post: The D.C….
Wall Street Journal: Broadband Investment is Falling
PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer’s analysis on the impact of the FCC’s net neutrality ruling was cited in the Wall Street Journal: Before Obamanet went…
Weinstein on To the Point Discussing Affordable College Education
A three year college degree is just one proposal to rethink the cost of college education. With the average graduate carrying $30 thousand in debt…
PPI WEEKLY WRAP-UP: Taxing Broadband, China’s Currency Depreciation, & Innovation Struggles
TAXING BROADBAND: In a piece for Forbes on Thursday, PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer argues against the FCC taxing broadband in order to subsidize it….