Stephen D. Eide is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute's Center for State and Local Leadership. He was previously a senior research associate at the Worcester Regional Research Bureau. He is a regular contributor to PublicSectorInc.org, a project of the Manhattan Institute. His work focuses on public administration, public finance, political theory, and urban policy. His work has been published in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Worcester Business Journal, Commonwealth Magazine, Boston Herald, Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy, and Academic Questions.
A native of Richmond, Virginia, Eide holds a bachelor's degree from St. John's College in Santa Fe, N.M., and a Ph.D. in political philosophy from Boston College.
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- Worcester v. Providence: Is Downtown Revitalization the Sum of Urban Revitalization?, Public Sector Inc., 05-07-13
- Americans Love Local Government. Why?, The Daily Caller, 04-21-13
- Should California Let Stockton Go Bankrupt?, RealClearPolicy, 04-09-13
- Whither the Public Library?, Front Porch Republic, 04-01-13
- Republicans Should Embrace Service Taxation, The Daily Caller, 02-11-13
- Service Taxation: A Winning Issue for Republicans , Washington Examiner, 01-31-13
- Unhealthy State of Retiree Costs , The Boston Herald, 01-15-13
- State and Local Governments Still in Desperate Need of Reform, The Daily Caller, 01-14-13
- Retiree Health Costs Soar, Orange County Register, 11-14-12
- A Nation Gone Yonkers, New York Post, 09-16-12
- Only Politicians Can Save Us Now, Washington Examiner, 08-02-12
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