Credit Default Swaps
Reforming Ohio’s Unemployment Fund
Film Tax Credits: Do They Work?
States are increasingly interested in expanding subsidies to the film industry through the use of refundable tax credits and sales tax exemptions.
Worker’s Compensation Insurance
Research & Commentary: What A Smoking Ban Would Mean for Michigan
People often support smoking bans in order to be protected from the nuisance of smoking environments in restaurants, bars, casinos, and other businesses.
Kansas Can’t Afford A Cigarette Tax Hike
The Kansas Health Policy Authority’s recommendation to use a 75-cent cigarette tax increase to pay for health costs should be worrisome—not only to smokers, but also to non-smokers and fiscally res
Community Reinvestment Act: The Risk of Unintended Consequences
Defined Contribution vs. Defined Benefit Pensions
According to the Pew Center on the States, state government employee pension plans nationwide have racked up nearly $36
Raising New Hampshire's Cigarette Tax Is Bad Tax Policy
A 25 percent increase in New Hampshire's cigarette tax, scheduled to go into effect today, has been put on hold until audits can be completed to determine just how much revenue the tax has raised s
Federal Deposit Insurance for the 21st Century
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