This event will assess the seriousness of the Polish and Hungarian governments’ challenge to the European Union with Professor Leszek Balcerowicz, the architect of the Polish economic miracle.
Join AEI as TNB Chairman and CEO James McAndrews and a panel of experts discuss the policy issues raised by the Federal Reserve’s reluctance to give TNB a master account.
Join AEI for a conversation between Republican Study Committee Chairman Mark Walker (R-NC) and Chairman-elect Mike Johnson (R-LA) on the future of conservatism in the 116th Congress.
Join us for the DC Policy Simulation Library meetup hosted by AEI’s Open Source Policy Center. We’ll have presentations from model developers and users. Learn how computational simulation models are used to inform public policy decision-making.
Our recommended changes to the capital requirements, with a focus on single-family whole loans and guarantees, would result in additional risk-based capital of more than 200 basis points relative to FHFA’s proposal and a minimum leverage ratio of 4 percent.
Theresa May, the United Kingdom’s embattled prime minister, has a Herculean task in gaining parliamentary approval for the Brexit deal that she has negotiated with the UK’s European partners.
In July 2008, on the eve of the Lehman bankruptcy, the European Central Bank (ECB) in its infinite wisdom decided to hike European interest rates. Today, some ten years later, Mario Draghi’s ECB seems to be readying itself for a similar egregious policy mistake.
Truly worker-friendly economic policy should focus more on the worker than the job. Doing otherwise threatens the dynamism that boosts wages.
However vague and contradictory the promises made by the Leave campaign were, a chaotic or poorly structured Brexit and the possibility of Jeremy Corbyn’s premiership are not what Tory Euroskeptics had in mind.
Theresa May is now in the midst of keeping Brexit alive after numerous resignations from senior ministers. Experts discuss the state of Brexit and how its subsequent negotiations will affect the European Union.
This week on Banter, Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Oren Cass joins the show to discuss his new book “The Once and Future Worker: A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America.”
Theresa May is not a good leader, but no one could have made this work. The one outcome that must be avoided is a new election and a Labour victory.
If productivity growth had been as fast over 1973-2016 as it was over 1949-1973, median and mean compensation would have been around 41 percent higher.
Some prominent conservative economic and political thinkers have proposed a tax on “carbon,” but others oppose it. Which group of conservatives has the stronger argument?
The White House continues to ratchet up rhetoric around the trade war with China — and target US businesses in the process.