Join AEI as Mayor Mitch Landrieu discusses New Orleans’ comeback story and the lessons it offers for other cities around the country about resilience and making government work.
An accurate census is in all our interests. There are concerns about the 2020 census’ funding, the controversial decision to include a question on US citizenship, and response rates. Please join AEI for a panel discussion on the importance of the 2020 census and what can be done to ensure its success.
The Honorable Heather Wilson, the 24th secretary of the Air Force, will sit down with AEI’s Mackenzie Eaglen to discuss the Air Force’s future given the new National Defense Strategy and an expanding budget.
With his trademark blend of political history, social science, economics, and pop culture, Jonah Goldberg makes the timely case that America and other democracies are in peril as they lose the will to defend the values and institutions that sustain freedom and prosperity. Instead we are surrendering to populism, nationalism, and other forms of tribalism.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly discusses key US communications policy issues, including 5G, universal service, media regulation, and FCC reform.
Join AEI as European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Pierre Moscovici presents and discusses the commission’s proposed framework to address issues on corporate taxation in a digital world, followed by an expert panel discussion of the proposal and the issues involved.
Al Gore and others have predicted that man-made global warming would result in tornadoes increasing in frequency and intensity over time. And yet the latest government data indicate that the frequency of strong to violent tornadoes in the US has been declining consistently for more than 50 years, and reached an all-time record low last year of only 15.
This week on Banter, AEI Resident Scholar Nat Malkus joins the show to discuss the DC Public Schools graduation scandal.
Giving by younger Americans, researchers found, has markedly declined in just the last decade and a half. Under 40 percent of households headed by someone under 40 now give any money to charity.
Boarding programs and other charter innovations mix elements of family life and education for foster kids in need of both.
A new approach to negotiations with North Korea is needed — but there are many potential minefields that, if not carefully managed, can leave the United States worse off for holding a summit meeting.
Sympathetic reporters covering Oklahoma’s recent teacher strike routinely misrepresented the state of Oklahoma’s school spending.
The law requires common carriers to be fair, but even inside the common carriage paradigm, regulators recognized that a heterogeneous customer base is not always best served by a one-size-fits-all service.
The recent wave of teacher strikes that originated in West Virginia have spread across the country to states such as Kentucky and Oklahoma. In light of the recent protests, AEI Director of Education Policy Studies Frederick Hess discusses the teacher’s demands as well as the broader implications the strikes may have on education reform.
Current AEI scholars’ powerful arguments about the dangers posed by tariffs and trade wars build on the decades worth of work of past AEI economic experts, including Gottfried Haberler and William Fellner.