Brookings Today, 3/5/14

A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.

  • Using digital technology for good. John Villasenor describes a new report on the digital economy, its potential, perils and promises.

  • Rep. Camp’s tax reform plan. Bill Gale and Donald Marron look at the macroeconomic effects of House Ways & Means Chairman Dave Camp’s tax reform plan.

  • School districts need better evidence to prepare for Common Core. Thomas Kane explains why.

  • China’s Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign. Cheng Li discusses the top Chinese leader’s anti-corruption campaign.

  • The problem of youth unemployment for social mobility. Isabel Sawhill and Quentin Karpilow examine the impact of and solutions for high youth unemployment.

  • Crisis in Ukraine. Michael O’Hanlon offers reasons why he’s slightly less anxious about the Ukraine crisis than many people.