Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

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  • The 2017 William E. Simon Forum on Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship

    On March 21, 2017, the Manhattan Institute hosted the William E. Simon Forum on Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship to discuss the growing number of foundations adopting "sunset provisions," which mandate that the foundation disburse its assets and suspend operations by a specified date. Over time many large U.S. charitable foundations have drifted away from their founders' original missions...

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  • The Beat | Treating Serious Mental Illness in NYC Panel

    On February 28, 2017, The Beat hosted a panel on serious mental illness in New York City. The discussion was moderated by NY1's Errol Louis and included DJ Jaffe, Dr. Gary Belkin, Judge Matthew D’Emic, and Muzzy Rosenblatt. How do the problems of the current system influence homelessness and incarceration? How does Mayor de Blasio’s $850 million ThriveNYC plan stand up? And how can New York bette...

  • The New Brooklyn — Kay Hymowitz on Her New Book

    Only a few decades ago, the Brooklyn stereotype well known to Americans was typified by television programs such as “The Honeymooners” and "Welcome Back, Kotter"—comedies about working-class sensibilities, deprivation, and struggles. Today, the borough is home to trendsetters, celebrities, and enough "1 percenters" to draw the Occupy Wall Street protests across the Brooklyn Bridge. In "The New Br...

  • Realignment: Will America Forge A New Political Consensus

    February 22, 2017 | New York City Featuring: F.H. Buckley, Foundation Professor, George Mason School of Law William Kristol, Editor at Large, The Weekly Standard Rich Lowry, Editor, National Review James Piereson, President, William E. Simon Foundation; Senior fellow, Manhattan Institute Peter Thiel, Entrepreneur; author of Zero to One: Notes on Startups Or How to Build the Future Roger Kimball,...

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  • Judicial Engagement v. Judicial Restraint: What Should Conservatives Prefer?

    The legal Right today is broadly divided into two camps: those who support a more engaged judiciary, one willing to overturn state and federal legislation in the interest of enforcing enumerated and unenumerated constitutional rights; and those who believe in a judiciary that takes a more limited view of the constitutional text. On February 9, 2017, the Manhattan Institute hosted two experienced ...

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  • 21st Century Cures: A Critical Win for Patients

    Manhattan Institute senior fellow Paul Howard on the passage of the 21st Century Cures Act. “The passage of the 21st Century Cures Act is a critical win for patients, bringing America’s system for developing and approving new medicines into the 21st century. This will allow regulators, innovators, and researchers to develop customized cures that fit patients’ genetic profiles, lifestyles, and ris...

  • Minimum Wage Alternative: Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Administration

    An Alternative to the Minimum Wage with MI senior fellow, Oren Cass. Transcript: Everybody wants less-skilled workers to be earning more money. The question is how to do it. One option is a wage subsidy. If somebody is only earning $8 an hour, but the government also puts $2 an hour into their paycheck, then they get to take home $10 an hour for their family, and they’re more likely to work i...

  • Crime and Policing: Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Administration

    Crime and Policing with MI's Thomas W. Smith Fellow, Heather Mac Donald Transcript: The most important criminal justice reform for the next administration actually has nothing to do with policy and everything to do with rhetoric. We have to stop the false narrative that the police are endemically racist and that we’re living through an epidemic of racially biased police shootings of blacks. That...

  • 5 Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Administration | MI Scholars

    Bringing policy back into focus, five Manhattan Institute scholars offer policy ideas for the next administration after a bruising election season. Featuring MI's Heather Mac Donald, Paul Howard, Beth Akers, Jim Copland, and Oren Cass. Crime and Policing Health Care and Medical Innovation Simplifying Federal Student Aid Overcriminalization Minimum Wage Alternative Check out MI's Issues 2016 se...

  • Health Care and Medical Innovation: Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Administration

    Health Care and Medical Innovation with MI senior fellow and director of health policy, Paul Howard. Transcript: After a bruising election season, the next administration should focus on bipartisan reforms to build goodwill across the aisle, especially in the area of healthcare. Here, the last administration, the Obama administration, has given them a running start. Vice President Biden rallied ...

  • Simplifying Federal Student Aid: Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Adminstration

    Simplifying Federal Student Aid with MI senior fellow, Beth Akers. Transcript: So there is one idea in the higher ed space that has seen support on both sides of the aisle, and that is this notion of simplification in the process of federal financial aid. So right now when students engage with federal financial aid, they have to complete a very lengthy and unnecessarily complex financial aid app...

  • Overcriminalization: Serious Policy Ideas for the Next Administration

    Overcriminalization with MI senior fellow and director of legal policy, James R. Copland. Transcript: Even after this divisive election, Democrats and Republicans in Washington ought to be able to come together to address overcriminalization. What is over criminalization? We’re really talking about the size and complexity of the federal criminal law. First, it’s important to understand there ar...

  • 2016 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

    New York City | October 24, 2016

  • Rethinking Monetary Policy Amid Uncertainty - Part 2

    Part 2 of the Shadow Open Market Committee's (SOMC) Fall 2016 Meeting. The keynote address was delivered by Loretta Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (part 3). The SOMC, under the auspices of the Manhattan Institute, is an independent group of economists that provides external perspectives on policy choices by the Fed and other leading central banks. The SOMC addresses a ...

  • Rethinking Monetary Policy Amid Uncertainty - Part 3

    Part 3 of the Shadow Open Market Committee's (SOMC) Fall 2016 Meeting. The keynote address was delivered by Loretta Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. The SOMC, under the auspices of the Manhattan Institute, is an independent group of economists that provides external perspectives on policy choices by the Fed and other leading central banks. The SOMC addresses a wide rang...

  • Rethinking Monetary Policy Amid Uncertainty - Part 1

    Part 1 of the Shadow Open Market Committee's (SOMC) Fall 2016 Meeting. The keynote address was delivered by Loretta Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (part 3). The SOMC, under the auspices of the Manhattan Institute, is an independent group of economists that provides external perspectives on policy choices by the Fed and other leading central banks. The SOMC addresses a ...

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