Tax Law

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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

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

Fiscal Crisis, Part 2: Catastrophe
Posted on 12 Nov 2010 by Martin A. Sullivan

Last week we talked about the first stage of the U.S. fiscal crisis: the slow erosion of long-term growth because of mounting government debt. This phenomenon arises from a straightforward application of conventional supply-side economics. Government... Read More

Tax Law - It's All About the Beer
Posted on 17 Dec 2010 by Christopher Bergin

The problem with our nation is that most of us have decided the best way to deal with the impending fiscal crisis is to give up nothing, stick our head in the sand and hope the inevitable will go away. The problem with our tax code is that it is corrupt... Read More