American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research


American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

Type NGO
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1938
Headquarters 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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The antipoverty, targeting, and labor supply effects of the proposed child tax …

AEI · 7 October 2021 English

When accounting for behavioral responses and exits from the labor force, the proposed change under the American Families Plan to the Child Tax Credit would reduce child poverty by 22 …

A 20-year look at SNAP participation and costs

AEI · 7 October 2021

Key Points Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly the Food Stamp Program, has grown steadily over the past two decades, culminating in an increase during the pandemic …

Housing finance: Insights on the new normal (week 39, 2021)

AEI · 5 October 2021 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.

The Defender's Dilemma

AEI · 4 October 2021 English

How to better balance the credibility and accountability of the US Postal …

AEI · 4 October 2021 English

The USPS can foster trust by abiding by its own procurement schedules, publicly explaining any deviations therefrom, and pledging to follow the demands of the government-wide Competition in Contracting Act.

Do we need more drought relief programs for farmers because of climate …

AEI · 1 October 2021 English

The farm lobby is likely to argue that drought relief subsidy programs should be expanded, but, along with several other disaster aid initiatives, the heavily subsidized federal crop insurance program …

Is the past the prologue for the future of agricultural policy in …

AEI · 1 October 2021 English

Created as temporary relief for farmers and ranchers during the Great Depression, farm subsidies have come to be viewed as entitlements by the agricultural sector.

Racial bias in mortgage biz? New data says no, researchers find

AEI · 1 October 2021 English

Below is a article from Randall Bloomquist in Mortgage Note highlighting a recent Housing Center report which finds that a study from The Markup and the Associated Press omit applicant’s …

How the pandemic helped scatter $1-million homes across L.A.

AEI · 29 September 2021 English

Below is an excerpt from Andrew Khouri and Jack Fleming’s article for the LA Times “How the Pandemic helped scatter $1-million homes across L.A.” quoting Ed Pinto, the Director of …

Beyond reading and math scores: Flexibility in federal K–12 accountability law

AEI · 29 September 2021

ESSA encourages all states to think differently about how to conduct state assessments, use indicators beyond those focused on academics to rate school performance, and develop locally tailored interventions to …

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