Join AEI as James Freeman discusses his new book coauthored with Vern McKinley, “Borrowed Time: Two Centuries of Booms, Busts, and Bailouts at Citi” (HarperBusiness, 2018).
Join AEI as Beatrice Beebe presents her pioneering research on mother-infant interactions, followed by a discussion with AEI’s Katharine B. Stevens.
Join AEI for a discussion of Alex Pollock’s new book, “Finance and Philosophy: Why We’re Always Surprised” (Paul Dry Books, 2018), in which Mr. Pollock provides a concise and witty account of how bankers and financial regulators think.
The outcome of these races will play prominently in battles over voting rights, tax reform, the makeup of state Supreme Courts, and, crucially, redistricting after the 2020 census.
Any progress will come in slow, gradual stages. And there is always the chance our mercurial president decides to ramp up the protectionism instead.
This episode of the AEI Education Podcast discusses how NAEP and international tests are used and misused, what they tell us about American education, and how the “proficient” benchmark may be misleading policymakers and the public.
This AEI Events Podcast features the address by former secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs Boris Johnson delivered during AEI’s 2018 Annual Dinner.
This week on Banter, AEI Senior Fellow and Arthur F. Burns Fellow in Financial Policy Studies Peter Wallison joins the show to discuss his new book “Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein in the Administrative State.”
Smugglers are licking their lips and hoping for a hard border; citizens of both the South and the North are praying that this doesn’t happen.
Rick Hess explains that Arne Duncan’s memoir offers a revealing if unintentional window into what reformers got wrong.
Join AEI as leaders from several prominent health enterprises share their experiences and ideas on how to reform health care to promote higher value and better care.
A wave of teacher strikes that hit last spring has been the education story of 2018. Given where things stand, what’s the right way forward?
Internet administrators will have to work with many stakeholders to resolve the challenges posed to the WHOIS database by the EU’s new GDPR law.