Center-produced research publications are available here.
Among other topics, the Center has undertaken research on how to solve the housing shortage in New Hampshire. We are deploying survey experiments to test how framing housing policy affects attitudes toward planning and zoning regulations, and how features of proposed developments affect respondents’ willingness to accept these developments in their own neighborhoods. The initial results from these experiments were presented at the August 2020 “Land-Use Regulation and Housing Affordability” workshop.
- “Framing Affordable Housing: Experimental Evidence from New Hampshire” by Mike Matheis & Jason Sorens
- “The New Hampshire Statewide Housing Poll and Survey Experiments: Lessons for Advocates” by Jason Sorens
- "Residential Land Use Regulations in New Hampshire: Causes and Consequences" by Jason Sorens, copublished by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy (hosted at jbartlett.org)
- Freedom in the 50 States: An Index of Personal and Economic Freedom by William Ruger & Jason Sorens, 6th ed. 2021 (Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute)
- Alicia Plemmons and Ed Timmons "Freeing healthcare professionals in the Granite State: Five recommendations for reform"
- Jared M. Rhoads "Enhancing Healthcare Options in New Hampshire: The Direct Pay Pathway"
The Center has contracted with Jared Rhoads (The Dartmouth Institute) to produce a research project on direct pay as a means of reducing healthcare costs in New Hampshire. A two-page research proposal is now available to the public here.