Daniel Drezner, a professor at Tufts University, thinks that the developed world is at an "inflection point" when it comes to austerity. Leaders in Europe are beginning to
America's infrastructure is in a sorry state. More money and more care are needed for our transportation networks, energy systems, sewers, and all of the other frameworks that keep America running, but it's not happening at the pace and scale needed.
An austere wind is blowing, whipped up by budget cuts and regulatory and economic uncertainty. What of the job creator in this climate? Will our economy simply dry up or will the weight of recession be blown away?
Infrastructure resilience is one of the greatest challenges facing our country today. In the post-disaster world of events like Hurricane Katrina and the near meltdown of the Fukishima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan following last year’s catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, public and private sect
Vivek Wadhwa, a noted immigration expert at Duke University, came out with an article in BloombergBusinessweek recently that highlighted some of the latest research on the benefits of
A white paper authored by Nick Schulz, who serves as a National Chamber Foundation (NCF) Scholar and the DeWitt Wallace Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and unveiled today by NCF is part of a grow
In Greenville, SC, a river runs through the past and the future of American manufacturing. On one side stands run-down and rusting towers of bygone factories. On the other side sit low-slung, long buildings churning out precision products for the likes of BMW and General Electric.