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Lessons From The Hoover Policy Boot Camp

The Hoover Institution Summer Policy Boot Camp (HISPBC) is an intensive, one-week program exclusively available to college students, recent graduates, and young professionals on the economic, political, and social aspects of United States public policy. Now anyone can access this incredible educational material. This new series brings the lessons of the boot camp to you, providing instruction on public policy and thinking critically about public policy formulation and its results.


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The health care system in the United States is the best in the world when it comes to quality and access to medical care.


Free market environmentalism is a property rights-oriented approach that improves environmental quality and achieves more conservation than traditional regulation.


A discussion from one of only two Americans to have held four different federal cabinet posts, George P. Shultz addresses climate change, reducing the nuclear weapons stockpile, and encouraging the political class to act in a more civil manner.


Federal policy on spending, tariffs, and immigration influence the labor force and long-term investment in the economy.

Nuclear energy deserves to continue in its role as a crucial component of our low-carbon, national energy policy.

Central banks are independent organizations that determine how much money circulates in the economy. It is essential to understand how and why they work.