Publications Type: Manhattan Report
Manhattan Report Vol.7 No.2, Fall 1987
| ||- Welfare Reform Debated at London Conference|
- Elizabeth Wright's "Issues & Views"
- NY Project Activities
- Manhattan Forums...
Manhattan Report Vol.7 No.1, Spring 1987
| ||- Taxes in the UK: Which Way? Report on the London Conference on Taxes and Growth|
- Manhattan Forums
- Civil Justice Project Takes on Liability Crisis
Manhattan Report Vol.6 No.2, 1986
| ||The Liability Crisis: Who's To Blame?|
Manhattan Report Vol.6 No.1, 1986
| ||South Africa: The Economics of Disinvestment|
Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.4, 1985
| ||Metropolis 1985: A Look At New York's Economic Future|
Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.3, 1985
| ||Supply-Side Revisited: The World Economy in Perspective|
Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.2, 1985
Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.1, 1985
| ||Why The War On Poverty Failed?|
Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.4, April 1984
| ||Comparable Worth: Will it close the pay gap?|
Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.3, 1984
| ||Is Central Banking Obsolete?|
Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.2, 1984
| ||The Political Economy of Interest Groups|
Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.1, 1984
| ||Economic Research Directory|
Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.5, 1983
| ||W.H. Hutt: An Economist For This Century|
Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.4, 1983
| ||The Economy of Israel: So much at stake.|
Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.3, 1983
Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.2, 1983
| ||Industrial Policy, Part2: Is a new New Deal the answer?|
Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.1, January 1983
| ||On the Brink: Third World Economies in Crisis|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.8, Winter 1983
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.7, October 1982
| ||Industrial Policy, Part I: The Japanese Model|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.6, September 1982
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.5, August 1982
| ||The Balancing Ad: Rethinking the Federal Budget Process|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.4, July 1982
| ||Idle Resources, Easy Money, and Hard Choices: Toward an Understanding of the Crisis|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.3, May 1982
| ||Privatizing Public Lands: The Ecological and Economic Case for Private Ownership of Federal Lands|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.2, April 1982
| ||The Reagan Revolution: Rhetoric is Not Enough|
Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.1, March 1982
| ||Europe at the Crossroads: An Economic Perspective on the Future of Western Europe|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.9, December 1981
| ||Annual Summary: Stimulating Independent Thought...|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.8, Winter 1982
| ||Special Edition: Thomas Sowell|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.7, October 1981
| ||- An exclusive interview with economist-turned-congressman Philip Gramm.|
- A new study from agricultural economist Bruce L. Gardner provides an objective breakdown of the actual costs of our farm support programs.
- A group of economists based in the Rocky Mountain region of Montana think they have answers to some of the country's most pressing environmental problems.
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.6, September 1981
| ||Funding of the Arts: Is More Better?|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.5, August 1981
| ||- George Gilder makes his assessment of American productivity and is compared to Lester Thurow on specifics.|
- The conclusion of our two-part interview with Chicago economist, George Stigler. Will the regulators continue to wield power in our economy? Prof. Stigler presents (as usual) some rather novel views.
- Some private foundations lose sight of the fact.
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.4, June 1981
| ||Alternative International Monetary Systems|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.3, May 1981
| ||- Economist Thomas Sowell reports on the history and consequences of government interference with the economic life of ethnic and racial groups.|
- An exclusive interview with George Stigler, the economists' economist from Chicago.
- Joseph Alibrandi joins ICEPS's Board of Directors.
- More ICEPS radio commentaries.
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.2, April 1981
| ||An ICEPS Forum on URBAN ENTERPRISE ZONES: Reversing the Decline of Our Inner Cities|
Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.1, March 1981
| ||- "Lessons from London": Based on an exclusive interview with MargaretThatcher's chief economic advisor, Alan Walters.|
- Has justice been served by judicial intervention in the New York housing market? Peter Salins provides a well documented answer.
- Four commentaries from ICE PS's radio series.
- ICEPS's economic forums attract New York.