Amy Wax of the University of Pennsylvania Law School will discuss the state of debate and disagreement in academia today and will reflect on the value of reasoned dialogue and civil debate.
As a matter of constitutional logic and history, executive privilege rests on solid ground. But is it an absolute authority? Yes and no.
The price of bitcoin has skyrocketed and plummeted over the past several months. Many are left wondering: Is cryptocurrency the investment opportunity of a lifetime, or a bubble that is doomed to burst?
Americans are beginning to value their employer-provided health insurance, but this upturn in support may hinder beneficial changes to the health insurance industry.
There is a path to ensuring replicability that should increase the scorekeepers’ efficiency, make their models cheaper and easier to maintain, and make their staffing and training requirements easier to satisfy.
There’s no evidence that recent teacher evaluation reforms have attracted talented applicants. Instead, they seem to have dissuaded new teachers and decreased the labor supply.
The United States should remain committed to the JCPOA, but ensure that it is strictly enforced. For now, it is useful and the best that we have.
The EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will harmonize data protection laws for all EU citizens, but it will also create challenges for the internet’s Domain Name System.
Data shows that sex is declining among American young adults, a trend which may be linked to electronic devices and a disconnection from community. Personal electronic devices also play a pivotal role in the rise of pornography usage among young men.
The Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign against North Korea is just starting to take effect. Engaging with the Kim regime could derail the progress of this strategy.
Join AEI for an interactive debate between Bryan Caplan and Eric Hanushek on whether the education system is worth the time and money invested into it.
There are many competent and well-qualified people who work for the president because they think it is in the country’s interest for them to be there — sometimes because they want to encourage what they see as his better angels. But there is room for doubt that Trump has kept his campaign promise that his administration would feature “the best people in the world.” And it is likely that we are already seeing the highest-quality collection of people this administration will ever have to offer.