Pioneer Institute Board Chairman Stephen Fantone introduces Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, who delivered the keynote address at the 2014 Better Government Competition Awards Dinner. Mayor Walsh discussed his key priorities, and technological innovations that his administration has successfully launched. A Q&A session followed his remarks. This event was held at the Boston Harbor Hotel on...
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Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine, delivered the keynote address at Pioneer Institute's 2013 Better Government Competition Awards ceremony on September 30th in Boston.
Shawni Littlehale, Director of Pioneer Institute’s 2013 Better Government Competition, provides a brief overview of the contest, this year’s theme, and easy ways to enter and help spread the word. Your idea to facilitate job growth could win $10,000!
Pioneer's Jim Stergios spoke with Transportation for Mass.'s Kristina Egan about MA Gov. Deval Patrick's proposal to increase transportation spending by $1 billion a year. Watch this great "Face to Face" clip via our friends at MassINC
[vimeo height="HEIGHT" width="WIDTH"]http://vimeo.com/50264658[/vimeo] On September 24, 2012, Pioneer Institute held its annual Better Government Competition Awards Ceremony. Grace-Marie Turner, Galen Institute, and Robert Helms, Ph.D., American Enterprise Institute, winners of the 2012 Better Government Competition, accept their awards for their paper titled "Coordinated Care Management for Medicare and Medicaid Beneficiaries."
Pioneer Institute and The Federalist Society co-sponsored this breakfast event featuring special guest, Michael S. Greve, John G. Searle Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. Dr. Greve presented an overview of federalism and the US Constitution, charting federalism’s path from its philosophical beginnings through its historic transformation. Dr. Greve is author of the newly released...
Press Release on Pioneer’s new paper which takes a look at economic growth in Massachusetts’ Middle Cities.
Mayor’s Scott Lang (New Bedford), Lisa Wong (Fitchburg) and City Manager Bernard Lynch (Lowell) discuss challenges and lessons learned
Mayor’s Scott Lang (New Bedford), Lisa Wong (Fitchburg) and City Manager Bernard Lynch (Lowell) discuss what the state should do to help.