The Manhattan Institute and our scholars regularly publish a wide variety of books, articles, opinion pieces, reports, and speeches. Most of these are accessible from the menu bar to the left; the chief exceptions are pieces published in newspapers and magazines not associated with the Manhattan Institute. These can be found at our scholars' Web sites.
Prominently located on the menu bar is a link to City Journal, our acclaimed quarterly magazine. Immediately below it is a link to our book cataloga list of books sponsored by the Manhattan Institute over the past twenty-five years.
Also available are various reports published under the auspices of our Center for Civic Innovation (CCI) and our Center for Legal Policy (CLP). Beneath the heading MI are other publications of the Manhattan Institute, including conference proceedings, transcripts of lectures we have held, and audio recordings of selected events.
Please note that all of these publications may be searched by topic at the bottom of the menu bar.
Also, please be aware that because of changes in institutional nomenclature, the Manhattan Institute no longer publishes Research Memoranda, Civic Reviews, White Papers or Booklets. These older publications have accordingly been filed, in the menu bar, under three of our newer categories: Civic Reports, Civic Bulletins, and Civil Justice Memos/Forums.
Prison-To-Work - The Benefits of Intensive Job-Search Assistance for Former Inmates
Civic Report 96, March 2015
Without Law Or Limits - The Continued Growth of the Shadow Regulatory State
Legal Policy Report 19, March 2015
Replacing Medicare's Unsustainable Sustainable Growth Rate: A Better Way to Determine Doctors' Pay
Issue Brief 33, March 2015
Pushed Out? Low-Performing Students and New York City Charter Schools
Civic Report 95, March 2015
Unlocking the Code of Health: Bridging the Gap Between Precision Medicine and FDA Regulation
Project FDA Report, March 2015
The Hidden Corn Ethanol Tax - How Much Does the Renewable Fuel Standard Cost Motorists?
Issue Brief 32, March 2015
Poverty And Progress In New York III - Crime and Welfare Enrollment One
Civic Report 94, March 2015
Basic Research And The Innovation Frontier: Decentralizing Federal Support and Stimulating Market Solutions
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 15, February 2015
Welfare in America, 1998-2013: The Case for Further Reform
e21 Report 3, January 2015
Does Immigration Increase Economic Growth?
e21 Report 2, December 2014
Wheels of Fortune: A Report on the Litigation Industry's Disability Practice
Trial Lawyers Inc. Report, November 2014
Inequality Does Not Reduce Prosperity: A Compilation of the Evidence Across Countries
e21 Report 1, October 2014
Overcriminalizing the Wolverine State: A Primer and Possible Reforms for Michigan
Issue Brief 31, October 2014
Not Beyond Coal: How the Global Thirst for Low-Cost Electricity Continues Driving Coal Demand
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 14, October 2014
Health Savings Accounts Under the Affordable Care Act: Challenges and Opportunities for Consumer-Directed Health Plans
Medical Progress Report 18, October 2014
Why The Gap? English Language Learners and New York City Charter Schools
Civic Report 93, October 2014
A Report on Corporate Governance and Shareholder Activism
Proxy Monitor Report, October 2014
Are Unions Democratic? The Internal Politics of Labor Unions and Their Implications
Civic Report 91, September 2014
Poverty and Progress in New York II: Crime, Welfare Enrollment, and Economic Conditions Six Months into the de Blasio Administration
Civic Report 92, September 2014
New Yorks Rent-Burdened Households: Recalculating the Total, Finding a Better Solution
Issue Brief 30, August 2014