American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

AEI

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

Type Research Center
Website aei.org
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1938
Location Washington, DC United States of America United States of America
Budget USD 50M-100M
Functions Research
Funding sources Corporations, Foundations or grants
Tags economics tax policy international development national security and defense
Summary AEI is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of freedom-limited government, private enterprise, vital cultural and political institutions, and a strong foreign policy and national defense-through scholarly research, open debate, and a variety of publications. AEI research covers economics and trade; social welfare; government tax, spending, regulatory, and legal policies; US politics and international affairs; and US defense and foreign policies. The institute publishes a large number of books, articles, and reports each year as well as a policy magazine, The American Enterprise, which are widely distributed to government officials and legislators, business executives, journalists, and academics. AEI also hosts a number of conferences, seminars, and lectures which are regularly covered by national television.

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AEI · 23 November 2022 English

The AEI Housing Center's National HPA Index tracks home price apprecation across the nation and across price tiers.


AEI · 22 November 2022 English

This infographic provides near-real-time insights on the housing market and how a new normal is taking hold due impact of the coronavirus pandemic.


AEI · 22 November 2022 English

The 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine may have marked the end of one era and the beginning of another — but it was only one step (albeit a fateful one) …


AEI · 21 November 2022 English

We analyzed the 250 largest U.S. public companies to create the American Opportunity Index, measuring each firm based upon the level of opportunity they afford their workers within the firm …


AEI · 21 November 2022 English

The Options Multiplier: Decoding the CareerWise Youth Apprentice Journey, a new white paper from Harvard’s Project on Workforce, uses a novel dataset from CareerWise Colorado, one of the U.S.’s most …


AEI · 21 November 2022 English

Reviewing the rationale for the creation of the Vice Presidency, the text of the Constitution, the records of the early Congress, and the underlying logic of the Constitution, we conclude …


AEI · 18 November 2022 English

The AEI Housing Center finds that contrary to recent analysis by The markup/Associated Press, HMDA data on purchase loans do not show evidence of systemic discrimination by the mortgage lending …


AEI · 18 November 2022 English

Congress in 1887 gave itself the authority to decide electoral disputes, a power the Constitution consciously did not give it. Today, Congress risks acting unconstitutionally if it bases reforms on …


AEI · 10 November 2022

In honor of the anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution on September 17, 1787, AEI’s Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies division marked Constitution Day with a lecture by …


AEI · 9 November 2022

The US Department of Defense budget contains nearly $109 billion in spending that does not directly produce military capability. Defense resources and attention are diffused on programs and spending that …


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