A Call to Action on the Future of Sustainable Agriculture

Health / Research May 26, 2016
Food producers are increasingly challenged to minimize environmental impacts, use fewer resources, and continue to increase efficiency and productivity while reducing costs.

Healthy Aging Begins at Home

Health / Research May 22, 2016
For too long America has recognized its shifting demographics but failed to make investments that preserve dignity and independence in old age.

A New Model to Modernize U.S. Infrastructure

Finance / Research May 16, 2016
The investments made 50 to 100 years ago are nearing the end of their useful life. America has no coordinated vision or plan for their replacement.

Selecting a Vice President: Advice for Presidential Candidates

Governance / Research April 22, 2016
In the upcoming months, the presidential nominees of each political party will make one of their most consequential decisions: the selection of a running mate.

An Open Letter to President Erdogan

National Security / Research March 30, 2016
An open letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his visit to the U.S. raises concerns about the Turkish government’s actions to silence opposition voices.

Cyber Insurance: A Guide for Policymakers

Finance / Research March 21, 2016
The central obstacle to a well-functioning cyber insurance market is the inability of both insurers and insureds to know exactly how much risk is involved in cyber attacks.

How Turkey is Criminalizing Dissent and Muzzling the Press

National Security / Research March 16, 2016
Attacks on the media are part of a strategy of dismantling institutions—the military, the judiciary, and now the press—capable of acting as a check on government power.

U.S. Energy R&D Architecture

Brad Townsend, Erin Smith / Research March 14, 2016
While the private sector plays the dominant role in commercializing new technologies, smart federal investments should seek to address gaps in the innovation process.

Testimony by Dr. Alice Rivlin to the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Long-Term Care

Alice M. Rivlin / Research March 1, 2016
A new BPC report outlines a set of practical changes that could improve the availability and affordability of long-term services and supports.

Initial Recommendations to Improve the Financing of Long-Term Care

Health / Research February 1, 2016
Approximately 70 percent of Americans aged 65 and over will need long-term services and supports at some point in their lives.