This week’s round-up includes a conservative defense of government, an interview with a Congressman and Member of Parliament on policies that help the poor, and more.
For those of us living in any one of America’s large cities (New York, Washington, etc.), gentrification is likely a term we are familiar with. Over the last decade or so, these cities—many of which had become known for their high levels of poverty and crime—have experienced an influx of wealthy, educated residents.
On a recent trip to the Dominican Republic, I accompanied a group of donors to visit a few of the entrepreneurs served by HOPE International’s wonderful partner, Esperanza. One of the women we met wasn’t a typical success story.
The workplace of the future will seek to balance the priorities of reducing social isolation, building social capital, and increasing flexibility.
This week’s collection includes a new report on demographic changes in America, an explanation for why Jesus spent much of his life as a carpenter, and more.
AEI research fellow Michael McShane and Bethel education professor Jeffrey Stueve spoke to 50 business students and future teachers on the topic of education reform.
On February 19-22, 2015, amidst snow-covered hills in northern Virginia, Values & Capitalism’s team partnered with Wheaton economics professor (emeritus) P.J. Hill in hosting our second annual faculty colloquium, “Markets: Defenses and Critiques.”
On February 13–14, the Values & Capitalism project and Colorado Christian University cohosted an undergraduate debate tournament at AEI’s headquarters in Washington, DC in collaboration with the National Parliamentary Debate Association (NPDA).
A cursory glance of Camden, NJ reveals a broken wasteland. Broken down townhouses, abandoned factories, “fields” of abandoned land that has been destroyed by pollution… It seems like a shell of a city. It takes a careful observer—or a permanent resident—to see the...