Aspen Institute Publications
Aspen Institute publications are listed below. Many are available for purchase through Google Checkout, a secure system for handling credit card transaction online. For assistance with ordering publications, please contact our Publications office by email or by phone at (410) 820.5326. Please note: Orders are shipped two times a week from our warehouse in Queenstown, MD, on the Eastern Shore.
Re-Imagining Journalism: Local News for a Networked World identifies five strategic areas and specific ideas for promoting experimentation, collaboration and public engagement that are critical for reforming local journalism. The paper calls upon a variety of stakeholders in business, the nonprofit sector, government and community institutions, and citizens themselves to each play a role in...
Critics of the Social Security program are fond of labeling the Social Security trust fund as a fiction, claiming that the program is bankrupt, or disparaging the program’s legal basis as ephemeral and subject to the whims of Congress. This brief sets the record straight on Social Security. This paper demonstrates that Social Security is not an income transfer program from the young to the old,...
Spectrum for the Next Generation of Wireless explores possible sources of spectrum, looking specifically at incentives or other measures to assure that spectrum finds its highest and best use. It includes a number of recommendations, both private and federal, of where and how spectrum can be repurposed for wireless use. In November 2010, the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program...
Policy from the Ground Up: Reshaping Transantlatic Trade, Development and Food Security Policies to Africa's Needs
Publication focusses on the intersections and inconsistencies between transantlantic food security, trade and aid policies leading to recommendations on how to foster success in these areas of policymaking.
Africa's Development Corridors as Pathways to Agricultural Development, Regional Economic Integration and Food Security in Africa
This publication sets a framework for combining policy and investment in an innovative approach to food security and agricultural development in Africa.
At the 2011 Global Health Council Conference, MLI offically launched the Call to Action for Country-Led Development. More about the call to action launch can be read in the publication.