Recent Event

Casting the Net: A More Efficient Approach to US Fisheries Management

On September 10th, The Hamilton Project released new papers and hosted a forum to explore opportunities for improving the economic prosperity and long-term sustainability of the U.S. fishing industry.

New Discussion Paper

A Proposal to Strengthen the Economic Sustainability of U.S. Fisheries

Christopher Costello of UC Santa Barbara proposes that certain fisheries conduct an analysis of alternative fishery management structures, including different forms of catch shares, to improve the economic value of U.S. fisheries.

Updated Jobs Gap

A Tale of Two Jobs Gaps: Recovery & Stagnation

In a new blog post, THP explores America’s “jobs gap.” As of the end of August 2014, our nation faces a jobs gap of 5.6 million jobs. We also explore the divergence in public-and private-sector job gains

New Framing Memo

Back to School: THP Papers on Early Learning, K-12, & Higher Education

At the start of a new school year, The Hamilton Project highlights an array of policy proposals, economic facts, and economic analyses articulating the importance of education for the advancement and prosperity of Americans.

New Blog

President Bill Clinton: Poverty is Not Just a Statistic

In a new blog post, Fred Dews and Elina Saxena highlight President Clinton’s keynote remarks given at The Hamilton Project’s anti-poverty summit in June.

About Us

The Hamilton Project offers a strategic vision and produces innovative policy proposals on how to create a growing economy that benefits more Americans.

The Project’s strategy reflects a judgment that long-term prosperity is best achieved by fostering economic growth and broad participation in that growth, by enhancing individual economic security, and by embracing a role for effective government in making needed public investments.

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