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That Shining Guillotine on the Hill
Posted on 14 Oct 2011 by Christopher Bergin

Obviously lobbyists in Washington live in a bubble. I say that because if I were a lobbyist in Washington working for, say, Google or Pfizer I would be reminding my client about the French Revolution, rather than running around the Capitol frantically... Read More

Will Developed Countries Learn to Tax?
Posted on 6 Mar 2012 by Allison Christians

In 1963, Nicholas Kaldor published a paper in Foreign Affairs about the ongoing fiscal problems of poor countries, entitled " Will Underdeveloped Countries Learn to Tax? " It turns out Kaldor should have aimed this advice at his own country... Read More

Does America Need A Two-Page Tax Code?
Posted on 27 Mar 2012 by Allison Christians

Emphatically, no. I just absolutely disagree with Fareed Zakaria on this , as I do with anyone who thinks that the measure of a tax system is the shortness of its tax code. We live in a complex and intricate world, in which transacting involves complex... Read More

  • Blog Post: That Shining Guillotine on the Hill

    Obviously lobbyists in Washington live in a bubble. I say that because if I were a lobbyist in Washington working for, say, Google or Pfizer I would be reminding my client about the French Revolution, rather than running around the Capitol frantically trying to get lawmakers to declare a repatriation...