The sixth annual AEI and CRN conference on housing risk will highlight several mortgage and collateral risk measures and their applications.
Join AEI as five distinguished experts discuss how nearly a decade of extreme monetary policy and complex new regulations have changed the US banking system.
Join AEI as several expert panels examine how rethinking health care delivery and competition could unlock better health outcomes at lower costs.
A range of experts will outline the most pressing challenges facing Europe today and offer political, economic, and foreign policy solutions.
Arthur Brooks argues that greater geographic mobility within the United States could help workers find the best opportunities.
A new report purports to show that increasing the EITC for childless adults will lead to greater employment for non-working men. Approach this study with caution.
It would be a mistake for policymakers to ignore the very real economic risks that still remain in the eurozone.
Businesses and consumers would benefit if Congress creates a new class of mutual funds.
Democrats should return to their original proposal and work with Republicans to enact a bill that expands the Child Care Development Block Grant program.
The Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will meet in Washington, DC, prior to announcing plans to reduce its balance sheet through the reversal of quantitative erasing.
Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding the White House’s decision, one thing is clear: By failing to withdraw from the agreement, the Trump administration is shooting itself, and all Americans, in the foot.
European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager visits AEI to discuss the EU perspective on key issues in antitrust policy.
The percentage of the population living in extreme deprivation is at an all-time low, meaning that we can now turn our national efforts and resources toward the problem of mobility, and do so at a time of almost full employment.
Kevin Hassett has received rare bipartisan support in his confirmation as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers.
The authors review statistical measures of income inequality and tax progressivity and use data from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) to analyze the progressivity and size of state tax systems. They find that most state tax systems are regressive.