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In a 2020 Brookings report titled “Pledges and Progress,” researchers found that of 45 major cities that have established ambitious climate goals in the past three decades, two-thirds are not on track to achieve them.
“Having a well-intentioned, well-researched commitment is different from having a plan for execution — that’s where cities are struggling,” said Mark Muro, a senior fellow at Brookings and co-author of the report.
Kroger has largely funneled profits to shareholders, the Brookings report said, noting that the company bought back $211 million in stock shares during the second quarter in 2020 and announced an additional $1 billion in buybacks in September.Kroger to close more stores instead of giving workers hazard pay|Eli Rosenberg|February 17, 2021|Washington Post
If relief is big enough, Brookings analysis confirms, direct payments would have a greater impact on our GDP in the immediate term than many other major policies under consideration.Americans Need Recurring Stimulus Checks Until the Pandemic Is Over|Natalie Foster|January 25, 2021|Time
Brookings estimated as many as 14 million children were going hungry in June.Coronavirus Means School Food Is Free. What If It Stayed That Way?|Tracy Moran|November 23, 2020|Ozy
William Galston, a senior fellow at Brookings, takes a different view because of the players that will lead the tax-reform effort.Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground?|Eleanor Clift|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Revenue is generated from the sale of crude oil, according to Luay al-Khatteeb, an energy expert at the Brookings Doha Center.
Elaine Kamarck, a fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, wondered if their jobs pose a conflict of interest.
Haskins is affiliated with the liberal Brookings Institution, but he worked on poverty issues in the Bush White House.
Ryan grinned, “Thanks for saying ‘we,’ especially coming from Brookings.”
Mr. Brookings was later placed in charge of price fixing and Judge Parker in charge of priorities.
Brookings, caught in his duplicity and half-convinced of the truth of DuQuesne's statements, still temporized.
"I'm afraid we can't do business on any such terms as that," said Brookings, shaking his head.
As the door closed behind the cynical scientist, Brookings took a small gold instrument, very like a watch, from his pocket.
As the chemist left, Brookings turned again to his visitor, with an apologetic air.