Here’s the abstract of the July 2011 article “Capturing Value in Global Networks: Apple’s iPad and iPhone,” by Kenneth Kraemer (UC-Irvine), Greg Linden (UC-Berkeley), and Jason Dedrick (Syracuse University): “This article analyzes the distribution of value from innovation in the … read more
From Jeff Jacoby’s column today in the Boston Globe: “The inability of racial preferences to vault more minority students into high scholastic achievement shouldn’t come as a surprise. When an elite institution relaxes its usual standards to admit more blacks … read more
My Magnificent Seven. Some bust myths. Others highlight a reality the media is ignoring. Enjoy! 1. The overly optimistic unemployment forecast of the Obama White House. This may be the most infamous economic prediction in U.S. political history (helpfully updated … read more
The Arab Spring in Yemen has yet to deliver democracy and may have left the country worse for the wear, especially in the short term. Yes, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh finally signed a transition deal on November 23. And … read more
In the ongoing saga that is the “payroll tax extension,” Republicans have successfully incorporated a demand that President Obama fish or cut bait on the Keystone XL pipeline within 60 days. At this point, the issue has become almost completely … read more
Just days after U.S. forces withdrew from Iraq, a series of attacks in Baghdad have raised doubts about the security of the country, while political upheaval threatens to undermine its government. AEI’s vice president for foreign and defense policy studies, … read more
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