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Milken Institute July 2016
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Milken Institute at the National Conventions
The Milken Institute convened a series of policy forums in partnership with the Bipartisan Policy Center at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The forums provided an opportunity to hear political and business leaders as well as Institute experts share their policy ideas and perspectives on medical innovation, economic growth, tax policy and global competitiveness.

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The latest issue of our flagship publication is now available. This edition features "Social Mobility, a Promise That Could Still Be Kept," by Richard Reeves and Isabel Sawhill. Using the Social Genome Model and its rich database pioneered at Brookings, they find that intervening early and often in a child’s life has a surprisingly big impact. The gap of almost 20 percentage points in the chances of low-income and high-income children reaching the middle class by age 40 shrinks to 6 percentage points. Read the Review »
INSTITUTE EXPERTS IN THE NEWS
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Divided America: Town and Country Offer Differing Realities »
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Fannie-Freddie Would Be Lender-Owned in DeMarco’s Plan »
Ed Demarco, Bloomberg
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America’s Challenges in this Election Year »
Richard Ditizio, CNBC
Perry Wong on World Population Day »
Perry Wong, CCTV
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REPORTS AND PAPERS
Reducing Wage Inequality and Sustaining California’s Innovation-Based Economy
By Ross DeVol
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This reports demonstrates that expanding career technical education would be a powerful means to mitigate widening income inequality in California. Read the report »

Why Housing Reform Still Matters
By Michael Bright and Ed DeMarco
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Eight years after the mortgage meltdown, America’s housing system remains broken, serving neither taxpayers nor homeowners properly. This paper is designed to help policymakers phase out the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and put our housing finance system on a path to stability. Read the report »

Dodd-Frank: Washington, We Have a Problem
By Claude Lopez and Elham Saeidinezhad
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The Dodd-Frank Act is the most far-reaching financial regulatory reform in the U.S. since the nation emerged from the Great Depression. While the public debate is often highly politicized, this paper assesses Dodd-Frank implementation in light of its initial goal of building “a safer, more stable financial system.” Read the report »

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