Fall 2014, No. 34
In our latest issue, we assembled the leading thinkers in the realms of regulation and the digital economy to chart a path for the future. How can government continue to play its proper role without strangling innovation in the crib? Cass Sunstein, Jessica Rosenworcel, John Mayo, Karen Kornbluh, Larry Downes, and Beth Noveck offer their ideas.
Also in the issue: Gara LaMarche scrutinizes the growing role of foundations in policy-making and asks how they can be held more accountable to the public. Susan Holmberg and Mark Schmitt look at the problem of excessive CEO pay and suggest a new approach. Ben Merriman examines how we regulate genetic research and argues there’s a better way. And MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid takes on the reform conservatives, who have been vocal on a lot of issues but have been notably silent on a big one: race.
In the books section, Jacob Weisberg reviews Rick Perlstein’s latest on Reagan. Karen Ho dives into the world of Wall Street. David France assesses the emerging literature on the fight for gay marriage. And Dayo Olopade probes one of the more interesting geopolitical moves of our time: China’s growing investment in Africa.