Tags » Tax Competition

Obama's Class-Warfare Tax Plan Targets the So-Called Rich, but Workers Will Bear the Burden

The most compelling graph I’ve ever seen was put together by Andrew Coulson, one of my colleagues at the Cato Institute. It shows that there’s been a huge increase in the size and cost of the government education bureaucracy in recent decades, but that student performance has been stagnant. 1,439 more words

Economics

The Three Best and Three Worst Policy Developments of 2014

Exactly one year ago, we looked at the best and worst policy developments of 2013.

Now it’s time for a look back at 2014 to see what’s worth celebrating and what are reasons for despair. 1,667 more words

Economics

Autumn statement: Tax competition in the UK and ‘jumping the gun’ on BEPS

This week’s autumn statement was more like a budget than this year’s budget, according to EY, with 59 policy measures listed in the full report compared to 56 in March. 407 more words

Recent Posts