The U.S. electric power sector faces a significant transition over the next decade, with implications for the cost, reliability, and environmental impacts of the electricity supply.
How many nurse practitioners will be needed in 2025, and how does this impact the demand for primary care physicians? How do private market solutions like retail care clinics address access to and the demand for preventive care services? Accurate and timely demand projections are critical to effective health professional workforce analysis and future planning.
Health care systems around the globe are struggling to identify the adequate mix of health care professionals necessary to meet the needs of current and future patient populations. The U.S. is no exception.
Fundamentally, the debt ceiling discussion emerges from the most basic tenet of legislative sovereignty – the power of the purse.
The undersigned members of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative working group on Capital Markets and the Volcker Rule write to express our concern with recent reports that the five federal financial regulators (the “Agencies”) tasked with adopting Volcker Rule regulations may not adopt a single, unified set of re
A Survey and Memo from HBW Resources
HBW Resources performed the following proposed scope of work in response to discussions with Bipartisan Policy Center staff about the need for data and analysis on the impacts of ongoing reform efforts on oil and gas activities like permitting. This includes a survey of oil and gas producers, service companies and environmental consulting firms, an analysis of the results of those surveys and policy recommendations based on the survey results.