Join AEI as European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Pierre Moscovici presents and discusses the commission’s proposed framework to address issues on corporate taxation in a digital world, followed by an expert panel discussion of the proposal and the issues involved.
Join AEI for a discussion on the legal and scientific issues raised by the lawsuits against major fossil-fuel producers and the underlying implications for the municipal bond market.
The hyperloop is a new form of high-speed tube transportation that has captured the imagination of futurists, researchers, and investors. Join AEI as expert panelists discuss the future of transportation and the hyperloop in the 21st century.
Please join AEI as a panel of experts discusses the challenges that Italy’s recent election poses to the Italian and eurozone economies.
Join AEI for a presentation of the book “The People vs. Democracy: Why Our Freedom Is in Danger and How to Save It” (Harvard University Press, 2018), followed by a discussion of whether matters are indeed that dire and, if they are, how they came to be so and whether the situation is reversible.
“As more people access the internet and as more brains ‘come online,’ I don’t see how both in this country and globally we are not going to be more innovative.”
Notwithstanding years of safe and reliable operation of power reactors in the United States, now is the time to pull the plug on nuclear energy.
The Omnibus spending bill got some priorities right by increasing spending on opioid addiction treatment and the child care development block grant. But by not paying for the full cost of the bill, Congress harms the country’s financial health and jeopardizes future investments in children and families.
On Twitter, he is slamming Facebook as a “surveillance” company that makes money by “collecting and selling detailed records of private lives of users.” That’s not exactly accurate.
Biden probably has the politics right here (and the policy too, for that matter), but the idea may be gaining traction among progressives. So which 2020 candidate will hoist the UBI banner?
At a time when there are asset and credit market bubbles around the globe that are waiting on a trigger to burst, the last thing that Mr. Powell needs is a disorderly rout in the U.S. bond market.
The Federal Reserve’s current policies risk roiling today’s frothy financial markets, which are presently priced to perfection.
All autonomy levels below Level 5 require at least some level of human intervention, and that’s the problem. Not only do human monitors of mostly autonomous systems lose focus, but over time their skills erode.
China has been systematically attacking the foundations of free trade, but the Trump administration’s (initial) response will have little effect. But this isn’t the end of the story.
This week on Banter, AEI visiting scholar and director of the Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy Rick Geddes joined the show to discuss the Trump administration’s long-awaited infrastructure plan and the future of US infrastructure policy.