The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution wants to hear about it. You may even get a prize:
The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution has launched a prize competition to generate new thinking about ways to create jobs and enhance productivity.
The 2011 Hamilton Project Policy Innovation Prize is open to academic, business and policy professionals who can demonstrate an original policy solution for increasing employment and productivity within two years of its implementation. The winning proposals will be evidence-based and also take into account the economic reality of federal and state budget constraints.
The Project will award $25,000 in cash prizes, with the winner receiving $15,000 and the runners up dividing the remaining $10,000. The full prize announcement can be found at: http://www.brookings.edu/projects/hamiltonproject/prize.aspx.
Just don’t say “cut red tape.”
Not because you will be wrong necessarily, but because you will be in crowded company.