Reclaiming control of U.S. trade policy
Financing American industrial development
On this episode of Critics Corner, Oren Cass is joined by AEI’s Angela Rachidi to discuss family affordability.
Ending temporary worker programs that depress American wages
For more than half a century, productivity, GDP, and profit have risen together. Wages have not followed suit.
Maintaining tight labor markets for American workers
The Economics of Labor Supply and the Role of Immigration Policy
Attack social media’s dangerous design features
Oren Cass joins Tucker Carlson for an hour-long, in-depth discussion of conservative economics.
On this episode, Oren and Chris discuss the issue of worker voice and how to reform labor law to create new avenues for labor input from the shop floor to the boardroom.
A case study on the public investments behind the Israeli economic miracle
American Compass policy advisor Gabriela Rodriguez discusses the Jones Act, shipping and supply chains, and striking a balance between national security and consumer interests.
On this episode, Oren Cass and Chris Griswold discuss the need for transparent reporting requirements for public pension funds.
Require transparency in management of public money
Oren Cass is joined by private equity expert Steven Kaplan to discuss leveraged buyouts, bankruptcy, and the effects on workers.
Spotlight on Poverty & Opportunity highlights American Compass’s Cost-of-Thriving Index
Spur private investment, innovation, and competition by guaranteeing demand for domestic production
In The American Conservative, Micah Meadowcroft discusses the Cost-of-Thriving Index and how economic constraints make family formation more difficult.
In The Washington Post, Henry Olsen discusses the Cost-of-Thriving Index’s findings about the difficulty of raising a family in the middle class today.
A typical worker cannot afford to support a family anywhere in the United States, according to the 2023 Cost-of-Thriving Index.