Author Archives: Anthony P. Carnevale

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This article is in The Energy Transition, Winter 2017


Needed: better labor market data In “Better Jobs Information Benefits Everyone” (Issues, Fall 2016), Andrew Reamer ably describes recent progress in building longitudinal market data systems. But as he notes, there is still work to be done to create a nationwide, not simply a state-based, system. Some states are still in the early stages of […]




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This article is in Incarceration, Fall 2015


Reevaluating educational credentials Mark Schneider’s work on the wide variation in the economic value of postsecondary educational programs, as described in “The Value of Sub-baccalaureate Credentials” (Issues, Summer 2015), is of great importance because it reflects new labor market realities that affect nearly everyone in the United States. Before the 1980s, high school was enough […]




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This article is in Economic Stimulus, Winter 2012







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This article is in Feeding a Growing World Population, Fall 1997


Fusion: Pro and con The two articles in the Summer 1997 Issues on the future of the proposed International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) program–“The ITER Decision and U.S. Fusion R&D,” by Weston M. Stacey, and “Fusion Research with a Future,” by Robert L. Hirsch, Gerald Kulcinski, and Ramy Shanny–reflect the opposing arguments in a debate […]




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This article is in Does Education Pay?, Fall 2013


Energy for global development In “Making Energy Access Meaningful,” Morgan Bazilian and Roger Pielke Jr. (Issues, Summer 2013) raise important questions about what we mean by access to electricity. As they note, the World Bank and its 14 partners who designed the Global Tracking Framework (GTF) to measure progress toward the three goals of the […]