From child care to inequality, welfare policy and equal rights, social policies determine the economic and social well-being of individuals and families. Brookings scholars explore how to design and implement social policies in order to reduce poverty, increase economic mobility and encourage responsibility and opportunity.
September 16, 2014, Richard V. Reeves
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September 16, 2014, Fred Dews
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September 15, 2014
Opportunity and Well-being
Children and Families
U.S. Economic Performance
2014, Benjamin H. Harris and Melissa S. Kearney, eds.
2013, Diana Villiers Negroponte
How Much Can Later Retirement Help?
2013, Henry J. Aaron and Gary Burtless, eds.
How Cities and Metros Are Fixing Our Broken Politics and Fragile Economy
2013, Jennifer Bradley and Bruce Katz
Mexico Confronts the Challenges of Global Competition
2013, Diana Villiers Negroponte, ed.
2013, Elizabeth Kneebone and Alan Berube
2012, Masahiro Kawai and Eswar Prasad, eds.
2012, Yasuyuki Fuchita, Richard J. Herring and Robert E. Litan, eds.
Striving for the Rule of Law in China
2012, Weifang He (Author), John L. Thornton (Foreword) and Cheng Li
2012, Carol Graham
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William A. Galston
Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
The Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies
Melissa S. Kearney
Director, The Hamilton Project
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, The Hamilton Project
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