PPI in the News

WPR: Can We Return To The Political Middle?

Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin interviewed PPI President Will Marshall about his new Politico article, “How to Save the Democratic Party From Itself“. Read more…

Washington Examiner: Think Tanks: College graduates struggle in current economy

In a collection of think tank reports on employment for recent college graduates, the Washington Examiner extensively quoted PPI Economist Diana G. Carew’s blog post…

Economist: Silver Lining ‘How the digital revolution can help some of the workers it displaces’

The PPI was cited by The Economist in a special report discussing the digital revolution and the potential job opportunities it provides to the very…

ABC Action News: To cut college costs – cut college

ABC Action News interviewed PPI Senior Fellow Paul Weisntein regarding his recent policy report, Give Our Kids a Break: How Three-Year Degrees Can Cut the Cost…

Multichannel News: Singer Makes Case For Case-By Case Approach to Discrimination

Multichannel News discusses PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer’s stance on the FCC’s upcoming Network Neutrality forum: “Singer, who points out that he has worked with…

Telegraph: New US tax inversion rules usher in era of forced ‘economic patriotism’

Michael Mandel, PPI’s chief economic strategist, was quoted by the Telegraph in an article on U.S. companies moving their headquarters overseas to avoid American taxes….

Forbes: Net Neutrality at Home, TTIP Abroad. Moving Towards the Center?

In an article on net neutrality and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Forbes contributor Larry Downes mentioned speaking at “Growing the Transatlantic Digital Economy,”…

Daily Record: The three-year bachelor’s degree?

In an article on education reform, The Daily Record discussed PPI Senior Fellow Paul Weinstein’s paper on three-year college degrees: What if the traditional four-year…

Houston Chronicle: Could student debt crisis cure be a 3-year degree?

PPI Senior Fellow Paul Weinstein’s new paper supporting three-year degree models was the subject of a Houston Chronicle article. Weinstein argues that “the four-year model…

Baltimore Fishbowl: What If College Lasted Three Years Instead of Four?

PPI Senior Fellow and Johns Hopkins University director Paul Weinstein was quoted by the Baltimore Fishbowl, discussing his new proposal for three-year bachelor degrees: “The…