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Brookings Institution

A think tank in Washington, D.C. It performs research on the American and international economies, as well as on foreign policy and other issues. It was established in 1916.
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In "Retraining Displaced Workers," a working paper written for The Hamilton Project, Robert LaLonde of the University of Chicago and Daniel Sullivan of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago proposed increasing federal funding for retraining by extending Pell Grant eligibility to training-ready displaced workers even after they are reemployed.
edu) is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and policy director of The Hamilton Project.
TAP, March 2007], the Hamilton Project is basically right that with adequate social investment, a nation can have both relatively open trade and a decent income distribution.
The Hamilton Project will continue to turn out centrist policy papers trying to signal boldness with scant resources.
A spokesman for Sanders said he was citing a study from the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank that analyzed the same data as the Hamilton Project and came to largely the same conclusion.
RUBIN The Hamilton Project, 28 pages, free at Hamiltonproject.
By contrast, the Hamilton Project contends that with more dynamic social assistance for people dislocated by trade, we could have both economic security and efficiency gains of trade.
Orszag served as director of the Congressional Budget Office and as a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he was the first director of The Hamilton Project.
The Hamilton Project calls for greater opportunity, but the fine print divulges the principal goal--restoring fiscal balance with a cap on Social Security and Medicare, and dedicating higher tax revenues mainly to budget discipline.