Assessing baseline trust in Republican and Democratic leadership is useful when assessing prospects for Trump proposals, especially when it comes to education. A quick review of the relevant data suggests that, regarding education, Americans have historically trusted Democrats more than Republicans.
Our paper shows that hospitals can, and do, target care based on financial considerations, and suggest that altering provider financial incentives can generate more efficient care.
The CHOICE Act addresses the seeve adverse consequences that the Dodd-Frank Act had on the US economy.
School choice has been central to American education policy debate for a quarter century. But throughout, school choice has been just that — school choice. In a potentially profound development, Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) reimagine parent choice in ways that may upend many assumptions that have framed issues of school choice in the past.
Housing vouchers and other major low-income housing programs should be phased out and replaced with a more efficient housing safety net.
In “Letters to a Young Education Reformer,” Frederick M. Hess distills knowledge from 25 years of working in and around school reform. Inspired by his conversations with young, would-be reformers who are passionate about transforming education, the book offers a window into Hess’ thinking about what education reform is and should be.
Tom Miller offers his thoughts on the state of the individual market and potential policy fixes.
Europe’s refugee crisis beginning in 2015 is the largest population movement the continent has seen since the end of the Second World War. The EU’s asylum system was not designed to deal with large, irregular influxes of asylum seekers and places unreasonable strains on individual countries.
This AEI Public Opinion Study examines historical polling data on major environmental and energy issues.
Work activity among prime-age (25 to 54) men in America has declined precipitously, leaving seven million or more working-age men in the US outside the labor force.