Join us for the Policy Simulation Library DC meeting hosted by AEI’s Open Source Policy Center to learn how computational simulation models are used to inform public policy decision-making.
Rep. Steve Stivers (R-OH), AEI’s Michael Rosen, and an expert panel will discuss recent patent law developments and the American intellectual property system.
No crime, no collusion, no conspiracy – however you want to phrase it, the result is the same: He didn’t do it. Period.
Democratic front-runner Joe Biden’s 2020 education agenda is the most liberal in presidential history. But compared to other Democratic candidates, it looks centrist — even modest.
Whatever the final outcome of these ongoing negotiations to advance the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement to a vote in the House, there is already a sense of déjà vu about the negotiations, and striking echoes from a similar situation in 2008 involving House trade votes, the Bush administration, and Speaker Pelosi.
In October, Mario Draghi will step down from the presidency of the European Central Bank (ECB) after having successfully led that institution for the past seven years.
Irving Kristol was a keen student of what he called the problem of doing good, a subject he addressed in a 1977 Wall Street Journal essay.
President Trump is certainly right to be upset about the euro’s current weakness. However, he is mistaken to signal out Mario Draghi, head of the European Central Bank, for blame. Rather, he should be pointing his finger at himself and at the fiscally ultra-orthodox German government for their major part in the euro’s weakness
Between the decision of employers to utilize the credit, the time to design and implement a program, and it being widely used by employees, the two-year window provided by the pilot tax credit for paid family and medical leave is clearly not long enough. Therefore, an extension of the pilot program is worth considering.
In under two minutes, DJ Pryor’s viral video effectively highlights the profound importance of the day-in-day-out interactions that build strong relationships and strong brains. It shows how children learn to talk and how the foundation for “grade-level reading” is laid.
Ambitious statistical targets like a 90 percent graduation rate, especially when sought quickly, are dangerous because they are as likely to produce empty victories as improved outcomes.
In establishing itself as a champion of religious freedom and in distinguishing its record from that of China, Taiwan can garner more international support for its continued de facto independence.