Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) will unveil their new carbon tax proposal, and panelists will debate the implications of such a proposal.
Today’s featured chart shows that the US produces 40% more manufacturing output today than 20 years, with 29% (and five million) fewer factory workers. It is increased worker productivity, not China, that has “stolen” most of the lost US factory jobs.
In this AEI Events Podcast, AEI’s Claude Barfield and Michael Strain host the Right Honorable Liam Fox MP, the UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, to discuss international trade policy in the wake of Brexit.
There is now every prospect that before 2018 is out, the IMF’s latest world economic outlook update will be seen once again to have been wildly optimistic and blind to the real risks that now confront the global economic recovery.
An IMF programme would not be popular politically within South Africa but the government does not appear to have any realistic alternative.
The problem at the Temple Mount has nothing to do with metal detectors and little to do with Israel. Rather, it’s about a struggle for custodianship in the Islamic world.
The election of Emmanuel Macron in May this year and the large majority he secured in the National Assembly last month have opened a small window of opportunity for radical economic change.
CBO’s estimates of the revised BCRA make it clear that the new version of the legislation is unlikely to improve how the legislation is perceived by the public.
With teen smoking at a new low, policymakers should be celebrating a public health success instead of seeking a new regulatory expansion.
Rumors of Republican cuts to Pell Grants have been greatly exaggerated.
Join AEI as the Right Honorable Liam Fox MP, UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, speaks on the future of the UK trade policy.
Over 90 percent of veterans are interested in continuing their public service. Among post-9/11 veterans the sense of service and civic-mindedness seems particularly strong, especially in contrast to civilian Millennials.