The fourth installment of AEI’s Philanthropic Freedom Project features Dina Habib Powell of Goldman Sachs, who will discuss the convergence of business and impact in today’s philanthropic landscape.
Puerto Rico’s economic and financial crisis continues to deepen. Our expert panel will discuss the pressing financial, economic, and political issues and recommended actions.
AEI’s John Yoo and a panel of experts discuss his new edited volume “Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State,” which highlights challenges posed by executive branch–sponsored growth in federal powers and possible reforms to address the growth of the administrative state.
Agricultural policy experts come together to review the performance of the 2014 Farm Bill following the second anniversary of its passage.
North Korea’s totalitarian control system and power structure are the indispensable apparatus supporting the Kim regime’s threats to the world. Join AEI for the release of a new study detailing the inner workings of the DPRK state.
Google made the news last week when it briefly surpassed Apple as the world’s most valuable firm. What’s maybe even more noteworthy is how America’s most valuable firms compare to the stock markets of entire countries.
Today’s is President Ronald Reagan’s birthday and I feature some of his quotations and speeches to celebrate his 105th birthday. Maybe more than any US president, Reagan ‘trusted the people,’ believed in the ‘magic of the marketplace,’ and had a wonderful sense of humor.
From a historical perspective, Bernie and Hillary are both progressives. Yet the ideological divide between them, and the constituencies they represent, could not be more profound.
Al Shabaab’s attack on an airliner is a step-change in the group’s capabilities and tactics.
In the same way that Jim Crow laws stripped some workers of their right to work based on skin color, so does the minimum wage law strip the least skilled workers, especially minorities, of their right to work based on productivity.
Tennessee’s voucher law would help the state’s neediest children in its lowest-performing public schools.
After more than 40 years the Western Sahara conflict may finally resolve, albeit with a whimper rather than a bang.
If you think you can escape politics at the Super Bowl, you’re wrong. Find out how much Super PACs are spending on TV ads and see some polls about how people view the big game.
A few highlights, milestones and factoids from today’s January employment report from the BLS.
Those who assume the next decades in the Shi‘ite world will be a continuation of the status quo should check their assumptions.