American Enterprise Institute - AEI

Latest Content

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.

Please join AEI as experts discuss the economic and political implications of Brexit for the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States.

When will China overtake the US in economic size? Experts discuss claims that  China’s economy will soon be larger than the United States’.

a student works on an electrical board during an CTE training

Recent research has found that stu­dents who concentrate in career and technical educa­tion may actually be more likely to go to college than otherwise equivalent students who do not.

When will China pass the US in economic size? “The year 2030” is not a bad estimate, but so is “never.”

Father shows his young son how to put a model plane together

The felonious conduct in the college admissions scandal is distinctly different from good parents trying to help their kids.

In the aftermath of the New Zealand mosque attack, local actors were quickest to respond and ban content. It may be that, in a world of second-best, local bans supported by the actions of local infrastructure companies may be as good as it gets.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has submitted a summary of his investigation to the Department of Justice. Experts discuss the results of the two year probe.

Professor Doleac’s testimony underplays key findings in the academic literature that support “Ban the Box” policies, and mischaracterizes the significance of results from other studies.

A recent NBER research paper finds that reduced natural gas prices from America’s shale revolution are reducing winter mortality and saving more than 11,000 lives per year.

don yamamoto ambassador to somalia greets president mohamed farmaajo

Given that the embassy represents the United States to all of Somalia, US diplomats should visit all parts of it, including Somaliland, and funds should be expended only in those areas where audits are possible and where politicians can deliver.

The US must not abandon its military role in the Sahel, and should consider increasing its diplomatic efforts, to prevent a humanitarian and security disaster.

Sort By:

Refine Content:

Scholar

Additional Keywords:

Refine Results
Open
Refine Content