Publications

The Academy maintains an active publications program to disseminate new knowledge as well as recommendations from Academy research.

Publications

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Report |
NOV 2023

Advancing a People-First Economy

The final report of the Commission on Reimagining Our Economy includes 15 recommendations that place the American people at the center of discussions about the nation’s economy. The areas of emphasis are Security, Opportunity and Mobility, and Democracy.
Project
Commission on Reimagining Our Economy
Data Publication |
OCT 2023

Employment Outcomes for Humanities Majors: State Profiles

In the first national study of its kind, the Humanities Indicators project reports on the career outcomes of humanities majors in each state and the District of Columbia. The profiles estimate the number of humanities majors working full-time in each state, their median earnings, as well as their occupations and unemployment rate.
Project
Humanities Indicators
Research Paper |
OCT 2023

The Case for Supreme Court Term Limits

A proposal for implementing 18-year term limits for Supreme Court justices without a constitutional amendment. Issued by the Academy’s bipartisan working group of political scientists and legal scholars.
Project
Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship
Report |
OCT 2023

Forging Climate Solutions

In this final report, the Commission on Accelerating Climate Action calls for a coordinated, cross-sector effort to combat climate change with strategies and recommendations rooted in justice, pragmatism, and accountability.
Project
Commission on Accelerating Climate Action
Book |
SEP 2023

Faces of America

A photojournal produced by the Academy’s Commission on Reimagining Our Economy is part of their work to put the American people and their well-being at the center of discussions about the nation’s economy. Featuring photographs from four U.S. locations.
Project
Commission on Reimagining Our Economy
Book |
JAN 2023

The Fragile Balance of Terror:

In this new edited volume, foremost experts on nuclear policy and strategy offer insight into an era rife with more nuclear powers. Some of these new powers suffer domestic instability, others are led by pathological personalist dictators, and many are situated in highly unstable regions of the world—a volatile mix of variables. A new nuclear era needs new strategies for deterrence.
Authors Vipin Narang and Scott D. Sagan