The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has published an unnecessary 136-page “Economic Survey” of China based on flawed data.
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Why would the economy grow faster if we got fundamental reform such as the flat tax? And what are the real obstacles to tax reform?
What if we want a more targeted definition good tax policy, a simple principle to shape our understanding of taxes, welfare and the nanny state?
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) is an odious law enacted back in 2010 when the left controlled all levers of power. The GOP could repeal it.
The New York Times published a report proving the Laffer Curve principle–stating the more you tax something the less revenue get from it–is 100% true.
CATO economist Dan Mitchell argues for the Laffer Curve through microeconomic theory (i.e., people respond to incentives) and real-world examples.
CATO economist Dan Mitchell on why a lower corporate tax rate might generate more revenue in the long run, and if Donald Trump will deliver on tax reform.
Italy has likely passed the point of no return in terms of big government, demographic decline and societal dependency.
I’m glad that Donald Trump wants faster growth. But does he understand the right recipe for prosperity? Keynesian economic stimulus isn’t in that recipe.
The growth performance of the economy in Greece wouldn’t be so dismal if GDP was growing rather than shrinking. Why is the lesson the world should learn.