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In testimony today given before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on American Food Aid: Why Reform matters, Visiting Scholar Vincent Smith discussed the future of U.S. food aid programs.

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How do we solve the wage gap issue in America? Panelists discuss how hiring tactics could be improved to help achieve equal pay.

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It should be a deeply sobering thought for Americans that the U.S. housing finance sector has collapsed twice in the last three decades.

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AEI mourns death of American economist and Resident Scholar John H. Makin.

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The recent slowdown in the rate of decline for semiconductor prices suggested by the PPI is puzzling in light of evidence that the performance of MPUs has continued to improve at a rapid pace. The authors argue that hedonic indexes provide a more accurate measure of price changes.

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Stop bickering over illegals, focus on legal immigration reform

In a testimony before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, immigration expert Madeline Zavodny will explore two crucial aspects of understanding and addressing illegal immigration—why people become unauthorized immigrants and how future guest worker programs can curb the influx undocumented aliens.

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John Plender says that “people who thought of the implosion of the financial system as a one-in-100-years event may now think of this as a one-in-50- or one-in-25-years event”. If so, they are all wrong. The right answer is that financial crises occur about every decade, so are a one-in-10-years event.

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Five years has passed since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, a highly controversial decision at the time. Since then, the bill has remained much disputed and unpopular among many, noting how little it has delivered on its promises to transform healthcare.

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The Nasdaq composite index is back near its peak only if you believe that $5,000 in 2015 dollars is equal to $5,000 in the dollars of March 2000.

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In this year’s State of the Union address, President Obama placed heavy emphasis on the middle class and middle class economics. What characteristics determine whether someone is “middle class”? Which political party do Americans feel help the middle class the most?

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