Panelists discuss how the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting proposals may affect US companies and the US tax code.
Health policy experts come together to answer the question, “What alternative is there to the Affordable Care Act?”
The Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee discusses a variety of current financial regulation issues, including the Federal Reserve’s Lender of Last Resort activities, stress testing and living wills, and regulation of swaps.
This event has been postponed.
Democrats can’t afford to shatter the illusion that you can afford Big Government by taxing only hedge fund managers.
Poverty is an important determinant of state livability, but not in all cases.
I argue that information technologies are poised to deliver some of their most potent economic benefits, specifically in the perennial productivity laggards we call health care and education.
The Federal Reserve Board’s newest proposal requiring minimum “total loss absorbing capacity” has yet to make the headlines it deserves. Its importance has been lost in the details, as the rule is esoteric and complex.
Twenty predictions for the next twenty years from FastCompany, and more.
China’s system of IPO approvals rewards the politically connected at the expense of investors and businesses looking for profitable opportunities. Unfortunately, despite promises to the contrary, the pace of reform remains agonizingly slow.
Mortgage credit has continued to loosen, especially for first-time buyers, as shown by the upward trend in the NMRI.
The current corporate tax reform process is not working — arguing over some combo of lower rates with fewer tax breaks –and does not seem to be making much, if any, progress.