Publications


Latino Vote

Arizona's Emerging Latino Vote

Reports and Publications
August 2012
Bill Hart, Eric Hedberg


Dropped?

Dropped? Latino Education and Arizona's Economic Future

Reports and Publications
April 2012
Bill Hart, CJ Eisenbarth Hager


Population Change

Population Change in Arizona, Texas and the United States: Implications for Education and Economic Development

Presentations
April 2012
Dr. Steve Murdock

Changing demographics presentation by Dr. Steve Murdock of Rice University at April 27, 2012 forum for new report, "Dropped? Latino Education and Arizona's Economic Future."


Presentation

Presentation for "Dropped?" Report

Presentations
April 2012
Bill Hart

"Dropped? Latino Education and Arizona's Economic Future" originally presented in Powerpoint April 27, 2012 in Phoenix by Morrison Institute for Public Policy Senior Policy Analyst Bill Hart.


Directions 2012

Arizona Directions 2012

Reports and Publications
November 2011
Andrea Whitsett


Watering the Sun Corridor

Watering the Sun Corridor: Managing Arizona's Megapolitan Area

Reports and Publications
August 2011
Grady Gammage Jr, Monica Stigler, Susan Clark-Johnson, William Hart


To Learn and Earn

To Learn and Earn: Arizonans’ Experiences Competing in the Race for Good Jobs

Reports and Publications
July 2011
Nancy Welch, William Hart, Judie Scalise, Richard Toon, C.J. Eisenbarth Hager, Joseph Garcia, Monica Stigler, Andrea Whitsett


APS project

The APS Informed Perception Project

Reports and Publications
May 2011
David Daugherty, Erica Edwards, William Hart, Eric Hedberg, Monica Stigler, Christine Totura, Nancy Welch


Abandoning Merit Selection

Abandoning Merit Selection: 'A Great Step Backwards?'

Reports and Publications
February 2011
David Berman


User Fees

User Fees: The Hidden, 'Other' Tax

Reports and Publications
January 2011
C.J. Eisenbarth Hager

Faced with falling revenues, many states are looking to user fees to provide additional revenue. This primer reviews the role of user fees, lessons learned from various government entities, and looks at current fees charged by some Arizona state agencies.

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