Join AEI for the official launch of Frederick Hess’ new book, “Letters to a Young Education Reformer” (Harvard Education Press, April 2017), featuring a conversation with a dozen experienced education reformers on the ups and downs of modern school reform.
Please join AEI as experts address the fundamental economic reforms Puerto Rico needs to revitalize its failed political economy and restore order to its public finances.
This study investigates whether minimum wage increases impact worker health in the United States. Among men, we find no evidence that minimum wage increases improve health; instead, we find that such increases lead to worse health outcomes, particularly among unemployed men. We find both worsening general health and improved mental health following minimum wage increases among women.
Pretending, as the Trump Administration seems to be doing, that Puerto Rico will somehow muddle its way through its present economic and social crisis is hardly a solution to the island’s deep-seated problems.
Thanks to the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch as a justice, the Supreme Court will now once again have a relatively solid conservative bloc of four.
President Trump’s foreign policy has been evolving from its unconventional campaign stances as the Administration is learning more about how complex foreign policy is.
In the days leading up to the 100 day mark, there has been a flurry of activity in the White House as President Trump tries to show that he can make progress on his campaign promises.
Polls suggest school choice is far more popular than President Trump. This begs the question: When an unpopular president pushes a popular idea, where does the public come out?
A trilateral tie between Washington, London and Tokyo could reshape global trade and politics.
Gary Schmitt reviews Tony Smith’s new book Why Wilson Matters: The Origin of American Liberal Internationalism and Its Crisis Today.
A recent study asserts that running regularly leads to 3.2 additional years of life. Running may be a worthwhile endeavor, but for reasons more obvious and tangible than the alleged “promise” of additional years later in life.