AEI and Center for Opportunity Urbanism present a panel discussion with thinkers and writers on opportunities to address public problems and policy innovation at the local level.
On February 26, 2018, the Supreme Court will hear Janus v. ASCFME. The result of the case will determine the fate of agency fees in America and will have a huge impact on the financial stability of unions.
In the latest issue of the Harvard Business Review, I discuss how treating AEI like a startup helped push us to the vanguard in the fight for freedom, opportunity, and human dignity.
Instead of trying to squeeze more revenue from the same taxable base, Europe’s leaders should be thinking about how the EU’s growth can be accelerated.
By helping sex offenders successfully transition from prison to the community, CoSA prevents individuals from being victims of crime, including sex offenses.
The settlement of a high-profile trade secret lawsuit between Uber and Waymo cast light on a little-known corner of intellectual property law: the negative trade secret.
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.
When shaping the citizens of tomorrow, the focus should be in human development during early childhood and crafting beneficial solutions to early childhood problems.
If the government is to grant workers a right to time off to care for someone who is sick, perhaps it should also grant them the right to choose who most needs that care.
The US needs a comprehensive strategy to stand up to Iran, including efforts to support the development of surrounding Middle Eastern nations. This comprehensive plan does not focus primarily on regime change in Tehran, as that could lead to potential harm to the US.
Join AEI and Burning Glass Technologies for a panel event on enhancing the value of liberal arts programs for students and employers at community colleges and four-year universities.