The most recent issue of The Takeaway reports on research done by Anupam Agrawal, a faculty member at Texas A&M Mays Business School, on the Women Powerline 1090 (WPL) initiative, implemented by the police in the Uttar Pradesh state of India, which aims to combat the prevalent issue of harassment against women. The program operates […]
Bush School Student Presents at the Texas Lyceum’s Conference on The State of Texas Women
Bush School graduate student and Texas Lyceum Research Fellow Rebecca Nelson presented her research on women’s leadership in Texas chambers of commerce to the Texas Lyceum.
Mosbacher Institute Presents McLane Award to Buc-ee’s Founder Arch Aplin
On October 26, the Mosbacher Institute of Trade, Economics, and Public Policy at the Bush School of Government and Public Service awarded Arch “Beaver” Aplin III, founder of Buc-ee’s, the 2022 McLane Leadership in Business Award in front of the sizable crowd who came out to hear him at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. The […]
Productivity and “War Vulnerability”
The latest issue of The Takeaway examines the drivers behind productivity changes during warfare.
When Is Government Spending More Effective in Stimulating the Economy?
This issue of The Takeaway reminds us that not all recessions are the same and that some respond more to government stimulus spending than others.
Bush School Student Presented Research on Exurb Growth in Texas to the Texas Lyceum
Bush School graduate student and Texas Lyceum Research Fellow Rebekah Barfield presented her research on Infrastructure Consequences of Exurb Growth in Texas at the Texas Lyceum’s PubCon.
Bush School Hosts Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez for a Talk about the Border
On March 9, 2022, the Mosbacher Institute’s Borders and Migration Program hosted Gloria I. Chavez, Chief Patrol Agent of the El Paso Sector of the U.S. Border Patrol, to give a talk entitled “Securing America’s Border in Theory and Practice.” The event was part of The Other Side of the Border: Ties That Bind and […]
Exploring the Broken Link between Trade Liberalization and Labor Markets in Egypt
Exports have contributed to rising incomes and falling poverty around the world, but for Egypt, rising exports have not translated into better outcomes for workers, which posed an interesting research question for Dr. Raymond Robertson, an economist at the Bush School of Government & Public Service and Director of the Mosbacher Institute. In the latest […]
Mosbacher Institute Releases Report on Migration and Trade and Apparel
The report includes recommendations on how to address the root causes of migration. The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy at the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University has released a report on migration and trade in Central America focusing on apparel. It addresses the root causes of […]
Bolivian Environmental Activist Speaks to the Bush School
On September 28, 2021, Jhanisse Vaca Daza, cofounder of Ríos de Pie (Standing Rivers), a nonviolent citizen’s movement focused on human rights and environmental rights in Bolivia, spoke about politics and the environment in the Bolivian Amazon. Vaca Daza began her talk with images and descriptions of volunteer firefighters working with little or no equipment […]