Panelists discuss how the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting proposals may affect US companies and the US tax code.
Health policy experts come together to answer the question, “What alternative is there to the Affordable Care Act?”
The Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee discusses a variety of current financial regulation issues, including the Federal Reserve’s Lender of Last Resort activities, stress testing and living wills, and regulation of swaps.
This event has been postponed.
Struggling Americans deserve a real competition of new ideas about how to fight poverty.
What’s going here? What does business know that we don’t?
AEI President Arthur Brooks discusses the various economic issues afflicting the nation and the path forward to solve those problems, namely opportunity.
What’s making news today.
Releasing detailed tax plans so early in the race is not a winning strategy for GOP candidates.
AEI Scholar Alex Pollock makes his case for enacting a control board in Puerto Rico to enact various economic reforms before Congress today.
Under the United States Constitution, Congress has sovereignty over territories and the clear authority to create such a Control Board. In my opinion, with Puerto Rico’s severe and longstanding financial problems, Congress also has the responsibility to do so.
The authors answer some questions regarding their recently published article on price and non-price signals of drug quality.
President Obama can achieve his climate change legacy only through delicate negotiations with Congress. His poor relations with the House and Senate, especially on foreign policy, appear to render success unlikely.
Republicans are becoming more alarmed about the climate, though not as fast as Democrats and independents.