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April 22, 2024

The Promise and Peril of Civic Renewal: Richard John Neuhaus, Peter L. Berger, and “To Empower People”

On April 22, AEI and the Ethics & Public Policy Center hosted a discussion on the legacy of Richard John Neuhaus and Peter L. Berger’s 1977 book, To Empower People:…

February 22, 2024

Education and the Right

…how conservatives have interacted with educational institutions. AEI’s Matthew Continetti and Ramesh Ponnuru—drawing on their expertise in conservative history and policy—discussed the implications of the right’s growing power in education…

February 16, 2024

The Overlooked Benefits of Work-from-Home Opportunities

…in popularity. This shift, while significant for all, holds particular promise for one demographic: moms.  A recent study by Emma Harrington and Matthew E. Kahn delves into the benefits these opportunities can…

January 2, 2024

Billionaire-Built Cities Would Be Better Than Nothing

…there is one of the best things that America could be doing to counter global warming. One of us, Professor Glaeser, and a University of Southern California environmental economist, Matthew

August 8, 2023

Bad Hoosiers

…of the 1920s and those we are struggling with today. As Matthew Continetti noted last year in his magisterial review of American conservatism, American nativism is a recurring national phenomenon. Like the…

August 3, 2023

Does Money (and Economic Growth) Buy Happiness?

…US, well done. Time to dial things down. Less work, more leisure. But maybe not. A 2021 analysis by Matthew A. Killingsworth, a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School,…

July 21, 2023

Why Freedom Conservatism Matters

On July 13, a group of journalists, policy wonks, and political activists opened a new front in the war for American conservatism. One-hundred-twenty-two signatories, led by Avik Roy of the…

July 17, 2023

Biden Tries to Revive His Eviction Moratorium Through the Back Door

…have not spiked. They have, to be sure, increased since the period of the federal ban. But even Princeton University’s Eviction Lab, whose founder, sociologist Matthew Desmond, has campaigned to…

May 5, 2023

Wrong Diagnosis, Wrong Prescription

Princeton sociologist Matthew Desmond’s previous book, Evicted, offered a compelling account of poverty in America. Illuminating and thought-provoking, its ethnographic accounts of deep struggle spurred new research and increased policy focus on the links…

January 1, 2023

Perspective: Is your boss on your DOS? How remote work monitoring can work

The challenge is to develop and use tools that reinforce trust rather than weaken it As COVID-19 recedes, American workers are filtering, slowly and fitfully, back to the office. In…