Government transparency is a widely agreed upon goal, but progress on achieving it has been very limited.
This article explores the impact of tax policy on economic growth in the states within the framework of an endogenous growth model.
The federal government has imposed a minimum wage since 1938, and nearly all the states impose their own minimum wages. These laws prevent employers from paying wages below a mandated level.
What passes today as a “debate” over privacy lacks agreed-upon terms of reference, rational arguments, or concrete goals.
Nothing can be made, transported, or used without energy, and fossil fuels provide 80 percent of mankind’s energy and 60 percent of its food and clothing.
Barack Obama promised transparency and open government when he campaigned for president in 2008, and he took office aiming to deliver it.
With credit markets in disarray and the United States facing a possible recession, Americans are looking closely at the economic proposals of the presidential candidates.
Transit expert, Randal O'Toole contends in this Policy Analysis that In the face of high energy prices and concerns about global warming, environmentalists and planners offer high-spe
Tax-increment financing (TIF) is an increasingly popular way for cities to promote economic development.
In the wake of the recent financial crisis, several commentators have suggested a transaction tax on financial markets.