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AEI · 20 May 2021 English
In this issue of AEI’s Political Report, we examine how politicians are handling coronavirus, its seriousness, and trust in institutions; race, policing, and police reforms; election enthusiasm and Donald Trump …
AEI · 18 May 2021 English
We analyze the effects of the COVID‐19 pandemic on state and local government finances, with an emphasis on health spending needs and the role of the Medicaid program.
AEI · 18 May 2021 English
The chapters in this volume are from leading experts in research and practice in noncognitive skills, covering topics such as brain function, labor market data, and promising strategies for incorporating …
AEI · 14 May 2021
Key Points Unlike the contemporary British constitution, the American system privileges consensus building over efficient government. This feature creates real limitations that need to be weighed against the virtues of …
AEI · 12 May 2021 English
Chairman Beyer, Vice Chair Lee, and distinguished members of the Joint Economic Committee, good afternoon. Thank you for assembling this important conversation on the racial wealth gap. My name is …
AEI · 11 May 2021 English
Governments of advanced economies should ensure health coverage and ready access to needed medical care for their entire populations.
AEI · 11 May 2021
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 had mixed effects on the nation’s educational ecosystem. Future accountability legislation should leverage its high points while avoiding the law’s bumpier portions.