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Byline: Martin Luttrell WORCESTER - During times of reduced tax revenue and strained municipal services, cities can use innovative approaches to spur revitalization and private investment, without depending on higher levels of government, according to a public policy official from the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.
Rebell, Executive Director, Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University -- Sol Stern, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research -- Richard Kahlenberg, Senior Fellow, The Century Foundation, convener RSVP: events@tcf.
A recent study by economist Benjamin Zycher published by the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research shows that whatever saving appears to be realized by government negotiating will be more than offset by greater human suffering because of fewer new and beneficial drugs.
Georgia has the second-highest dropout rate in the country, according to a recent study by the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.
Quoted in Interactive Week, 11/15/99) MANHATTAN INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH analyst Peter Huber on the DOJ's victory: "The true horror that Joel Klein must face is that he's winning the case.
edu) is chairman of the department of urban affairs and planning at Hunter College and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.
Nelson Broms, the former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Equitable Life Holding Corporation, and one of the founders of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, will provide internal support to the creation of a Board of Advisors that will guide the work the EdisonLearning Institute.
Robert Goldberg, a leading health care thought leader and former Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.