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The Dawes Plan and the Thoiry ProjectOct. 8, 1926
Economic Effects of the Mississippi FloodJan. 9, 1928
The Building SituationNov. 18, 1929
The Federal Public Works ProgramDec. 20, 1929
National Economic PlanningAug. 1, 1931
Governmental Planning in War and PeaceDec. 3, 1931
Government Subsidies to Private IndustryApr. 26, 1933
Economic Readjustments Essential to ProsperityMay 3, 1933
The Plan for National Industrial ControlJul. 1, 1933
Public Works and National RecoveryJul. 18, 1933
Construction and Economic RecoveryMar. 27, 1934
Business Operations of the Federal GovernmentSep. 19, 1934
National Wealth and National IncomeApr. 20, 1935
The Supreme Court and the New DealJun. 4, 1935
The R.F.C. Under Hoover and RooseveltJul. 17, 1935
Capital Goods Industries and RecoveryDec. 11, 1935
Budget Balancing vs. Pump PrimingNov. 20, 1937
Project for a National Advisory Economic CouncilFeb. 4, 1938
Hours of Work and Full ProductionMar. 5, 1948
Distressed CommunitiesOct. 27, 1954
Economic GrowthMay 6, 1959
Changing SouthJun. 10, 1959
Expropriation in Latin AmericaJan. 13, 1960
New Products of Industry and Changes in MarketsSep. 12, 1962
Soviet Economy: Incentives Under CommunismSep. 21, 1966
Private Enterprise in City RebuildingOct. 4, 1967
Trillion-Dollar Economy: Prosperity Under StrainJun. 17, 1970
Competition For World MarketsAug. 12, 1970
Future of the CityNov. 21, 1973
Directions of Policy ResearchOct. 10, 1975
New England's Regionalism and RecoveryFeb. 8, 1980
The South: Continuity and ChangeMar. 7, 1980
Rocky Mountain West: An Unfinished CountryMar. 14, 1980
Great Lakes States: Trouble in America's Industrial HeartlandMar. 28, 1980
Middle Atlantic States: Fight Against StagnationApr. 4, 1980
Pacific Northwest: Paradise Lost?Apr. 18, 1980
California: Living Out the Golden DreamApr. 25, 1980
European Welfare States Under AttackApr. 17, 1981
Soviet Economic DilemmasFeb. 19, 1982
Federal Jobs ProgramsDec. 24, 1982
South Africa's ‘Total Strategy’Sep. 9, 1983
American Indian Economic DevelopmentFeb. 17, 1984
Tourism's Economic ImpactMay 4, 1984
Communist EconomiesDec. 28, 1984
Caribbean Basin RevisitedFeb. 1, 1985
Supercities: Problems of Urban GrowthNov. 22, 1985
Farm FinanceApr. 11, 1986
Denmark's ExampleJul. 4, 1986
Economic Turnabout In AfricaNov. 7, 1986
State LotteriesFeb. 27, 1987
Third World DebtMay 29, 1987
Communist Reformers Look WestMar. 4, 1988
Privatization: Third World Moves SlowlyOct. 7, 1988
Soviet Trade: In America's Best Interest?Feb. 10, 1989
Egypt's Strategic Mideast RoleFeb. 24, 1989
Foreign Investment in the U.S.Mar. 31, 1989
Do Enterprise Zones Work?Apr. 28, 1989
Lucrative Lure of Lotteries and GamblingNov. 9, 1990
U.S.-Vietnam RelationsDec. 3, 1993
Revitalizing the CitiesOct. 13, 1995
Taiwan, China and the U.S.May 24, 1996
Stimulating the EconomyJan. 10, 2003
Gambling in AmericaMar. 7, 2003
Trouble in South AmericaMar. 14, 2003
Big-Box StoresSep. 10, 2004
Corporate Social ResponsibilityAug. 3, 2007
Public-Works ProjectsFeb. 20, 2009
Worker SafetyOct. 4, 2013
European UnrestJan. 9, 2015
GentrificationFeb. 20, 2015
Restoring Ties With CubaJun. 12, 2015
Fighting Urban PovertyJul. 17, 2015
NFL ControversiesSep. 4, 2015
Housing DiscriminationNov. 6, 2015
Infrastructure
Short Report
Jun. 6, 2016
Reforming the U.N.Jun. 24, 2016
Arctic DevelopmentDec. 2, 2016
Reviving Rural EconomiesMar. 31, 2017
Troubled BrazilApr. 7, 2017
Rethinking Foreign AidApr. 14, 2017
Native American SovereigntyMay 5, 2017
Future of the Christian RightJun. 23, 2017
Poverty and Homelessness
Short Report
Aug. 4, 2017
Universal Basic IncomeSep. 8, 2017
Infrastructure
Short Report
Sep. 11, 2017
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