High Road Strategies provides thorough, definitive analyses and assessments of policy alternatives.
We offer an independent approach focused on comprehensive yet effective solutions, through:
Clients rely on us to help identify and evaluate the best policies and strategies to solve pressing economic, environmental and workforce issues.Our Services
The High Road merges diverse interests into broad solutions.
We actively include the views of industry, labor, NGOs and other stakeholders – utilizing our broad experience and expertise in:
By incorporating stakeholder perspectives in the analytical and policy design process we ensure the results of our work are realistic, relevant, useful – and credible.
Our empirical and systems-based approach – often done in collaboration with top economic experts and modelers – allows us to offer our clients smart policy solutions.About Us
Check out our many studies on energy, climate change and manufacturing competitiveness, available online and in printRead More
In June, a new report by High Road Strategies, LLC (HRS), conducted jointly with IHS Economics, a leading international business and economic analysis firm, was released, summarizing the findings of an independent assessment of the workforce readiness challenge confronting the unconventional energy (shale gas and tight oil) supply chain. With the surge in “unconventional” oil […]August 27, 2015
On June 5, 2015, the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), a Washington, DC-based think-tank, released If Ain’t Broken, Don’t’ Fix It, Potential Impacts of Privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority, a briefing paper by High Road Strategies (HRS) principal Dr. Joel S. Yudken. The report argues against privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and shows the benefits […]August 27, 2015
Led research study, produced report assessing the workforce readiness challenges confronting the unconventional energy supply chain. (2014-2015)
Produced report assessing the potential impacts of privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and making the case why it’s a bad idea. (2014-2015)
Produced report, assessing the economic impacts of the U.S. military’s plan, led by the Navy and Air Force, to replace half the fuels used in its marine and aircraft fleets by advanced biofuels by 2020. (2012)
Joel is an incredibly knowledgeable go-to resource for us based on his background and expertise in the nexus of manufacturing, energy, and policy. His contributions to our projects are top-notch: thoughtful, thorough and balanced.Scott Miller Director
High Road Strategies engaged a wide variety of stakeholders to produce an objective, comprehensive analysis of the potential impacts of climate change policies on energy-intensive industries. To date, it remains the most thorough examination of this critical policy issue.Jason Grumet President