Join AEI, Duke University School of Law, and the University of Virginia School of Law, as several expert panels examine how altruism, community, and self-interest are (and could be) harnessed to create and distribute goods and services.
Recent books and political trends have brought the social and economic hardships of rural America into the public eye. Academic scholars and policy experts provide their analyses of contemporary rural poverty and attendant public policies aimed at addressing it.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-TN) and experts discuss food aid reforms outlined in a new AEI report, “International Food Aid and Food Assistance Programs and the Next Farm Bill.”
Americans use technology for comfort, not revolution
The likely returns for the economy from cutting the top income-tax rates are modest. Neither the economic nor the moral arguments for doing so are compelling.
Join AEI and Baylor University for a discussion of Alan Jacobs’ his new book, “How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds” (Currency, 2017), and the practice and merits of productive thinking.
The percent of post-secondary students receiving Pell Grants is an imperfect measurement for low-income status. Limitations of the “Pell proxy” affect its reliability, especially when used to draw conclusions about admissions and recruiting practices at particular universities or categories of schools.
In an effort to penetrate the arcane process of selecting the Communist Party’s new Politburo Standing Committee, we have developed an artificial intelligence system to pick up clues from the party’s mouthpiece: the People’s Daily.
As the debate over government surveillance of communications and the renewal of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ramps up, members of Congress and various groups involved in the debate have different ideas on how to move forward.
In this episode of the “New Skills Marketplace” podcast, Andy Smarick (AEI) and John Bailey (AEI) sit down with Matthew Sigelman from Burning Glass Technologies.
Mathur examines the effect corporate tax cuts are expected to have on income and economy.
Cambodia’s dictatorship and fraud does not just hurt Cambodians. All forms of authoritarianism and corruption in global trade empower criminal elements and infect properly functioning markets.
It’s time to face facts: For all intents and purposes, Soleimani is Iran’s real foreign minister.
A failure to distinguish between the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) could be a very costly mistake for the United States and the world economy.