Brookings Scholars visit UNLV to offer public lectures, engage with UNLV faculty and students on collaborative research, and meet local, regional, and state leaders in business, government, and social services. Each visiting scholar partners with 1-2 UNLV faculty liaisons and 1-2 graduate student liaisons to determine the appropriate content for the public lectures, schedule meetings with faculty and students, and interact with local, state, and regional leaders in greater Las Vegas.

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Submissions from 2010

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Do Students Have Too Much Homework?, Thomas Loveless

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Toughing it out in Afghanistan, Michael O'Hanlon

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The Housing Market 'Reset' and the Future of American Housing Policy, Alan Mallach

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Two years later and two weeks to go: From the panic of 2008 to the mid-terms of 2010, Jim Johnson

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Deficits and Disaster, Ron Haskins

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Reclaiming Prosperity in Boise: Designing a Sustainable Future in the New West, Mark Muro

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The First Thing We Do, Let's Deregulate All the Lawyers, Clifford Winston

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Innovation and entrepreneurship: The new drift in federal policy, Mark Muro

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The Recent Migration Slowdown and America's Changing Regional Demographics, William H. Frey

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Creating an Opportunity Society, Ron Haskins

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Reclaiming Prosperity: Repositioning Southern Nevada for the Next Economy, Bruce Katz

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Las Vegas as the American Milan: Economic growth in the world economy, Robert E. Lang

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The New Geography of Immigration and Local Policy Responses, Audrey Singer

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Climate Change and Real Estate: How Environmental Risks and Policies Impact Markets, Adele C. Morris

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Metropolitan Las Vegas: Challenges and Opportunities, Mark Muro and Nevada Vision Stakeholder Group

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Nuclear Renaissance, How Real Is It: What Are the Implications for Global Governance of the Non Proliferation Regime?, Charles Ebinger

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Comparing Urban Growth Patterns in the U.S. and Europe: The Role of Public Policy, Pietro S. Nivola

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Urban Form in Europe and America, Pietro S. Nivola

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The Next Las Vegas boom, Robert E. Lang