Join AEI, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, and a panel of experts for a discussion on e-cigarettes and the future of tobacco-control policy.
Join AEI for discussion of Mark Rose’s new book, “Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the Great Recession” (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018), a history of the shifting politics and outsized personalities that shaped the modern US banking system.
Building a wall may make good policy sense. Yet, for conservatives, no policy dispute should justify overturning the normal constitutional order unless there is a true, exceptional crisis at hand.
The Green New Deal’s spending would dwarf World War II outlays.
After six weeks of meandering negotiations and a lengthy government shutdown, President Trump announced a national emergency at the southern border. While this declaration may alleviate short-term obstacles to building the wall, it is self-defeating in every other way.
In this episode of the Bradley Lecture Series Podcast, released for President’s Day 2019, Walter Berns discusses the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
As economists Deirdre McCloskey puts it, “What does help poor people, and has massively helped poor people in the long run, is the massive expansion of income.” Even if some people get more of that income and wealth than others.
Join AEI and our expert panelists as they discuss the pending Texas v. Azar lawsuit and the future of the Affordable Care Act.
Data from a new survey on the American Dream (the American Enterprise Institute’s Social Capital survey) reveal that claims of its demise, especially among black millennials, are overblown.
The United States and Taiwan can create a free trade agreement (FTA) that serves the interests of both sides.
The American Enterprise Institute’s history of scholarship on Latin America stretches back four decades and highlights many of the current issues people living in this region face today.
President Donald Trump avoided another shutdown by signing a spending bill but declaring a national emergency to build his wall. Experts discuss the implications of the national emergency.
Medicare for All would add further to national health cost growth unless provider reimbursements are cut more sharply than lawmakers have been willing to do historically. Yet the consequences of enacting such payment cuts simultaneously with a substantial increase in health service demand are unpredictable.