Join AEI as James Freeman discusses his new book coauthored with Vern McKinley, “Borrowed Time: Two Centuries of Booms, Busts, and Bailouts at Citi” (HarperBusiness, 2018).
This year’s conference will feature six panels of experts from AEI’s Center on Housing Markets and Finance, along with industry, academia, the financial community, and regulatory bodies.
How will foreign policy issues weigh into the 2018 midterm elections? Join AEI for a conversation on how this often-overlooked topic in election analysis could play a significant role in the coming election.
Test your knowledge of economic news and data with this new 20-question Carpe Diem quiz.
It is possible the prospect of a new tax cut will energize some GOP voters, but it’s late. It’s also unlikely that Trump will stick to the script.
President Trump is pushing for the expansion in foreign assistance for law enforcement agencies to help them combat the opioid epidemic. But what will matter most is interdicting Chinese chemical manufacturers.
On this episode of the AEI Events Podcast, authors Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff discuss their new book, “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure”, and their take on the new guiding philosophy in America’s educational system that students are fragile and need to be protected from invading ideas.
Yuval Levin argues that the friends of capitalism must rise to its defense and understand its character as both an economic and a moral enterprise whose health and strength are essential to the future of the larger American enterprise.
When a measurement becomes the goal, it is no longer a reliable indicator of success.
The authors develop a quantitative indicator of the Chinese government’s policy priorities over a long period of time, which they call the Policy Change Index (PCI) of China.
It is difficult to see how anyone attempting to maintain an objective stance on climate policy choices can take this latest IPCC report seriously.
Today’s big data companies should consider giving consumers property rights over their data, as is standard in the medical and legal fields.
By turning its quarrel with Pakistan’s government into a quarrel with its people, India has made its insecurity glaringly obvious.