Do benefit programs, such as food stamps and Medicaid, penalize marriage and affect the choices of poor and lower-middle-class families? Join AEI and the Institute for Family Studies for a discussion of a new report.
How could the IRS more effectively distribute government benefits, such as the EITC? Join AEI for a discussion of a new proposal for improving the administration of tax-based benefits.
On CNBC’s ‘Power Lunch’ hosted by Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Dewitt Wallace Fellow James Pethokoukis discusses today’s terrorist attack in Munich, Germany, and how responses to this will affect the presidential candidates.
Approximately 40% of US workers are in the service or light manufacturing sector, occupations which pay an average of about $27,000, and these workers struggle the most with finding units in their price range.
Donald Trump missed the opportunity to address core issues in his nomination acceptance speech.
Throughout late May and early June, AEI hosted more than 220 competitively selected undergraduate students for our 2016 AEI Summer Honors Program and the 2016 Values & Capitalism Summer Honors Program.
“Disruptive” best describes Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy and the sometimes ramshackle Republican National Convention his campaign more or less superintended in Cleveland this past week.
If the Indian National Congress party blocks the goods and services tax, it risks shredding what little remains of its credibility on economic policy.
You have to go back to the 1980 Democratic National Convention, the battle between Jimmy Carter and Edward Kennedy, to find one with similar drama and dissension as this year’s Republican Convention.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments on NATO are not only disastrous foreign policy, they are really bad politics as well.
Some people claim you should have retirement savings equal to 8 times your final salary; others say 12; still others say 20. But what does this really mean?