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CED's publications span 66 years, and a broad range of policy areas. In the library you will find all reports that are in electronic format. CED makes recent policy statements available to the public at no charge. The work and publications available on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License. Print versions of recent policy statements and most previous statements can be ordered. If you are interested in ordering a print copy, please email info@ced.org.

 
 
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Justice for Hire: Improving Judicial Selection
Aug 9, 2002
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Research and Policy Committee
As modern campaign techniques increase the costs of judicial elections, sitting judges and judicial candidates are soliciting contributions in larger amounts than they did a decade ago. Consequently, significant portions of the American electorate...
 

Justice for Hire: Improving Judicial Selection - Executive Summary
Aug 9, 2002
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Research and Policy Committee
Executive summary of "Justice for Hire: Improving Judicial Selection" report. Includes findings and recommendations in brief.
 

Promoting Innovation and Economic Growth: The Special Problem of Digital Intellectual Property
Mar 1, 2004
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Digital Connections Council
There has been an explosion in the popularity of downloading and transmitting high-value digital content, triggered by the growth of the Internet and the evolution of peer-to-peer systems. At the same time, there is a substantial disconnect between...
 

Open Standards, Open Source, And Open Innovation: Harnessing the Benefits of Openness
Apr 1, 2006
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Digital Connections Council
Digitization of information and the growth of the Internet have profoundly expanded the capacity for openness, which can be viewed largely as a function of the accessibility and responsiveness (meaning the ability of anyone to make modifications) of...
 

Harnessing Openness to Transform American Health Care
Jan 16, 2008
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Digital Connections Council
The Digital Connections Council (DCC) of the Committee for Economic Development (CED) has been developing the concept of openness in a series of reports. It has analyzed information and processes to determine their openness based on qualities of...
 

Reducing Risks from Global Imbalances
Sep 5, 2007
Committee for Economic Development
This report traces the evolution of the current large global trade and financial imbalances, examines their sources, and makes recommendations that, if adopted, will help ensure continued growth in the global economy.
 

Public-Private Partnerships for Development: A Handbook for Business
Jul 1, 2006
Committee for Economic Development
CED partnered with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) on this publication, which is designed to help businesses operating in developing countries understand how to build public-private partnerships that will benefit their host...
 

Built to Last: Focusing Corporations on Long-Term Performance
Jun 21, 2007
Committee for Economic Development; Committee for Economic Development Research and Policy Committee
This report addresses the increasingly short-term focus by many business leaders that is damaging the ability of public companies to sustain long-term performance. This trend is hampering growth in the American economy. The report offers...
 

CED Update on Money & Politics: Party Fundraising in the 2006 Election
Oct 1, 2006
Committee for Economic Development
Just ahead of the 2006 mid-term elections, CED issued a Update on Money & Politics that addresses party fundraising in the 2006 election. Prepared by prominent campaign finance expert Anthony Corrado of Colby College, the brief makes a...
 

The Employer-based Health-Insurance System (EBI) Is At Risk: What We Must Do About It
Nov 6, 2007
Committee for Economic Development
This report presents the first two parts of CED's research and covers the scope of the crisis in health care and the options for fixing the system. A third part offering CED's recommendations, Quality, Affordable Health Care for All: Moving Beyond...
 
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