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PolicyEd content comes in many forms: from brief one-off animations to longer animated series to feature length documentaries. Here’s where you will find each series.
Americans committed to protecting our nation offer real-life lessons in leadership, drawn from their careers in public service.
Historical research paired with modern policy analysis to address the choices and challenges facing society today.
In this 8-part series, H.R. McMaster examines the most critical foreign policy and security challenges from around the world faced by the United States.
This series examines the role governments and individuals have played in delivering prosperity and asks what must be done to ensure even more progress in the future.
The economic revival of indigenous people is about more than prosperity - it's about dignity.
Over the last century, free-market capitalism and socialism have been the two dominant and conflicting political and economic models.
America Off Balance seeks to fill the knowledge gap, providing visitors with up-to-date facts on the future of the federal budget.
A video series that brings scholars' research to life through motion graphics and animation.
Animated soundbites that are straight to the point about important policy issues.
Policy stories from the real world, told by Hoover Institution scholars.
A plan to strengthen the nation's foundation.
This series provides access to the exclusive teaching with lectures on public policy and critical thinking about policy formulation and its results.
An animated video series presenting the work of the renowned and iconic economist Milton Friedman.
Russ Roberts explores the challenges of accurately measuring and understanding the economy and economic policy.
Edward Lazear explores why the American economy has prospered and what needs to be done to sustain its prominence in the global economy.
An animated ode to emergent order and the hidden harmony around us.
Play the game of Pension Pursuit and see how state and local governments are underfunding pension obligations by trillions of dollars.
Hoover Institution scholars respond to your questions and comments.