Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for Aviation Lieutenant General Jon Davis discusses the current and future Marine Corps aviation enterprise with AEI’s Thomas Donnelly and Mitchell Institute’s David Deptula.
While India has made great strides since the advent of economic reforms 25 years ago, it still continues to lag its Asian peers.
The direct and immediate consequences of a higher wage floor on the entry-level job market are well known: fewer jobs for fewer people.
In the past few years, there has been a surge of alarmist articles, blogs, and conferences on the precarious state of women in philosophy. There is even a song! Anyone who is concerned about the current state of academia should be troubled.
Love them or hate them, these films are always guaranteed to spark real discussion.
Since the recession, the labor market recovery has been almost entirely in full-time jobs. However, the increase in part-time work during the recession is holding back wage growth.
The Democratic National Convention got off to a bumpy start. Here’s an inside look at how Clinton and Sanders followers are still debating the role of superdelegates in the Democratic primary.
In a newly released report, authors W. Bradford Wilcox, Angela Rachidi, and Joseph Price determine who is most affected, and most harmed by the welfare system’s “marriage penalty”.
As evident from Brexit, it seems likely that an EU that acts as a competition-stifling cartel will grow increasingly unpopular, and more countries will leave it.
Globalization is a bell that cannot be un-rung. America faces a choice: It can “remain” part of the globalized world and mitigate the downsides, or “leave” it and forego the benefits.