J. Scott Holladay, UT professor of Economics and Baker Fellow in Energy & Environment and Rebecca J.
Charles Sims, Faculty Fellow, Howard H. Baker Jr.
Tennessee spends less than almost any other state on its highways and roads on a per capita basis but enjoys
Dr. John Nolt, UT professor of Philosophy, Baker Fellow in Energy & Environment and long-time environmental advocate, has written a
Integrated resource planning is essential, but it’s not enough.
Baker Fellow and former ORNL corporate Fellow, David Greene, has authored a policy brief looking at the topic of gasoline
Baker Faculty Fellow, Dr.
Baker Fellow, Dr. Mary English, has released a brief on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
In his latest policy brief, Professor Brandon Prins and PhD candidate Allan Wilford explore how foreign policy has changed and developed under the Obama administration. While Obama is ideologically different from George W. Bush, many of his policies have continued to play a role in current international relations.
This Policy Brief surveys the history of maritime piracy, explain the drivers of its recent resurgence as a global security threat, evaluate the success of recent antipiracy measures, and suggest some policy tools that may be more effective at curtailing the lure of such brigandry.”