A recent paper looking at EU net neutrality regulations shows the difficulties in measuring “harm” from zero-rating, and the wisdom of the American approach.
French economist Daniel Cohen joins the show to discuss his book, “The Infinite Desire for Growth.”
Slow wage growth results from a combination of sluggish productivity growth, occupational licensing requirements, and employer policies restricting job mobility. Pinning all responsibility on a single factor does not explain the full story.
As the midterms approach, continue to check this space for wide-ranging analysis from the AEI political team.
China’s oppression of religious minorities and widespread surveillance apparatus is just the beginning of a new model of technological authoritarianism.
This week on Banter, we’re joined by AEI Senior Fellow Karlyn Bowman to discuss the 2018 midterm elections.
Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court has been thrown into question as he faces allegations of sexual assault. Experts discuss the status of his nomination.
The United States Census Bureau’s 2017 report on income and poverty in the United States can present the reader with hope that poverty has indeed been reduced over the last few years.
America’s nationalist populists want to raise the drawbridge to imports and immigrants. It’s a toxic combination for an economy built on openness.
To foster value in health care, consumers will require reassurance that selecting lower-cost options does not mean getting lower-quality care.