Publications
Immigration

Insiders' Perspectives: The Forgotten Refugee Resettlement Consensus and Motivation

The full paper is available here. by Professor Idean Salehyan Professor of Political Science, University of North Texas Senior Fellow, Niskanen Center Executive Summary The Trump administration has repeatedly cut refugee resettlement numbers, and there have been proposals to admit no refugees at all in fiscal year 2020. Doing so undermines…

September 17, 2019 • Idean Salehyan
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Upcoming Event: Are Patents Property or Regulation?

Please join the Niskanen Center for an event on Capitol Hill–“Patents: Private Property or Economic Regulation?”— on Thursday, September 19th at 12:00pm in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, SVC 214. The event will present a paper by former U.S. Solicitor General Paul Clement on the topic, and include a panel…

September 17, 2019 • Niskanen Center
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Commentary
Legal

A Win for Property Rights

On September 10th, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a groundbreaking decision (In re PennEast Pipeline Company, LLC), holding that pipeline companies do not have the power to use eminent domain to seize state-owned property in order to build natural gas pipelines. The court held that…

September 13, 2019 • David Bookbinder
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Insiders' Perspectives: The Forgotten Refugee Resettlement Consensus and Motivation
By Idean Salehyan
Upcoming Event: Are Patents Property or Regulation?
By Niskanen Center
A Win for Property Rights
By David Bookbinder