Jul 13, 2018
Associate Fellow Joseph Kane discusses his research on the 1.7 million people who work on America’s water infrastructure and the future challenges and opportunities that workforce faces.
Also in this episode, meet David M. Rubenstein Fellow Jenny Schuetz in the latest edition of our “Coffee Break.”
Jul 6, 2018
Michael Hansen, director of the Brown Center on Education Policy, discusses a new Brown Center Report on American Education and how schools are equipping their students with a quality civics education.
Also in this episode, Joseph Parilla and Max Bouchet share their findings from the 2018 Global Metro Monitor...
Jun 29, 2018
Boston College professor R. Shep Melnick discusses his recent book, “The Transformation of Title IX,” and how implementation of the law has reached far beyond the original intent since its passage in 1972.
Also in this episode, David Wessel describes the potential ramifications of President Trump’s tariffs and...
Jun 22, 2018
On the 200th episode of the Brookings Cafeteria podcast, Ted Gayer, Brookings’s executive vice president and the vice president for Economic Studies, discusses his role at the Institution and some of the policy issues Brookings scholars are prioritizing in their research.
Also in this episode, Molly Reynolds describes...
Jun 14, 2018
In this episode, five Brookings experts offer their reactions to the recent summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, their analyses of the key outcomes, and their assessments of what comes next.