Getting rid of obsolete regulation of the broadcast and distribution of video programming is essential to the efficient operation of a market that has the potential to greatly increase the benefits
Government-provided deposit insurance is not free. The reason is straightforward: Government-provided deposit insurance in practice differs significantly from that proposed in theory.
The United States is at a tipping point: the gross national debt is over $16 trillion, equal to or exceeding the gross national product; unemployment is high; and job creation is low.
Critics of the Bush tax cuts often dismiss the tax changes as a failed experiment in free-market economics.
With most state lawmakers facing large budget deficits, they have become more aggressive about collecting online sales taxes.
Limiting Social Security’s Drag on Economic Growth: Program Reforms to Facilitate Labor and Savings Formation
Despite the lack of action, most policymakers understand the urgency of the federal entitlement crisis, and specifically, of the need to reform the largest entitlements—Medicare, Social Security an
This study documents the economic distortions and inefficiencies that result from a tax system filled with tax expenditures.
To increase employment and expand their economies, most developed countries are both reducing their corporate tax rates and restructuring their corporate tax systems.
Susan E. Dudley is director of the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center and a research professor in GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration.