Join us for a discussion on government’s proper role in medical innovation and its funding.
What is a sensible model for regulating electronic cigarettes, nicotine-containing products that are far safer than conventional cigarettes?
Since taking office, President Trump has signaled a willingness to follow through on his campaign promises about family policy. At his daughter’s urging, he included paid parental leave in his budget and child care assistance in his tax plan: two domestic areas where the White House is calling for spending rather than cuts. But will other Republicans support the president?
By not drawing the right lessons from Greece’s recent failed attempt at fiscal austerity in a Euro straitjacket, the Puerto Rican government is all too likely to exacerbate rather than to cure the island’s current economic crisis.
Lawmakers should consider other trade-offs that evidence-based policymaking usually ignores, including alternative interventions, the budgetary cost of the policy, and the possibility that the funds would be better left in private hands.
As the United States prepares to celebrate Independence Day, this issue of AEI’s Political Report looks at polls that measure the American spirit: Americans’ pride in their nationality, their feelings and anxieties about their country, and perceptions of political unity and division.
This AEI Public Opinion Study focuses on patriotism in the United States, examining Americans’ self-professed patriotism, how people describe their fellow citizens’ patriotism, views on what constitutes patriotism, and reasons people are proud of the US.
In many ways, systemic risk has become the financial equivalent of a “boogie-man” who is hiding out of sight— under the bed or in the closet—in places that only regulators can see
This AEI Events Podcast features the release of AEI’s new report, “Kingpins and Corruption: Targeting Transnational Organized Crime in the Americas,” with opening remarks from Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL).
Decades of pleading and cajoling NATO allies to spend more on their defense failed to work. But apparently the combination of renewed Russian aggression in Eastern Europe and President Trump’s reticence on affirming Article V may have done the trick. If so, Trump deserves credit.
Some technology industry experts are predicting the elimination of millions of jobs from technology and automation within the next ten to twenty years. Public policy advisers are calling for efforts to equip workers with skills for the new jobs technology is creating.
Proponents of change need to avoid imagining they are taking another step forward when they might be taking two steps backward. Here’s some further homework for would be health care reformers.