Housing is a bedrock element of our nation’s economy and our personal well-being, yet all too often it loses out to other priorities in the intense competition for policymakers’ attention. By participating in the 2014 Housing Summit, you will help elevate housing to the top of the national agenda during a critical year for housing policy. The two-day convening will feature private-sector experts, elected officials, academics, and housing practitioners from across the country and promises to be one of the most significant housing policy events to take place this year. Learn more and register
The outlook for global oil production is changing. With the onset of the tight oil boom in the United States and the growth of oil sands production in Canada, expectations about future oil supply have shifted from traditional OPEC oil producers to countries whose oil production had previously been declining.
Join BPC's Energy Project and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) for the third workshop in a series on Greenhouse Gas Regulation of Existing Power Plants under the Clean Air Act.
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s Commission on Political Reform, in partnership with USA TODAY, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, will hold two panels on congressional reform at The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
Join BPC for a forum on the budgetary implications of the federal government’s conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative hosted a discussion of the role globally active banks play in the U.S. economy and in supporting U.S. exporters. Global banking organizations play an increasingly important role in encouraging trade and providing vital financial assistance to U.S. customers living and working abroad.
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Electric Grid Cybersecurity Initiative released its recommendations for how government and industry can protect the North American electric grid from cyber attacks.
The Bipartisan Policy Center's Democracy Project hosted a thought provoking discussion on foreign policy leadership in Congress. What is the balance between the executive and legislative branches in foreign policymaking? How can Congress conduct effective oversight of foreign policy? Are the committee structures and other congressional institutions adequate to shape foreign policy?
Hosted by BPC’s Economic Policy Program, the forum featured a panel discussion among prominent economists on the outlook for the U.S. economy and housing market in 2014.