International experts from industry, academia, the financial community, and government share lessons learned from their efforts to objectively measure housing risk.
On the fifth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act, Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) and a panel of experts in financial regulation explain the need for reform.
Benefit cliffs – steep drops in means-tested benefits when income crosses a certain eligibility threshold – send the wrong message about work and likely decrease work effort.
President Obama’s recently proposed overtime provisions are not likely to be beneficial for workers.
Prime-age employment has yet to recover fully from the Great Recession. Years later, much work remains to be done.
Although government statistics show homelessness declining, Corinth’s new study argues we should be skeptical of the official reports and look closer at the underlying challenge.
This year is shaping up to be yet another one where real GDP growth doesn’t even hit 3%. roughly the four-decade average before the Great Recession). Can we fix that.
The Greek economy is again nosediving as a result of its closed banks and heightened political uncertainty. This is not the time for Greece to engage in a frivolous referendum.
Senior Fellow Kevin Hassett discusses the June jobs report as well as the building momentum of the United States economy.
Nothing in the June jobs report to suggest any approaching US economic acceleration or surging inflation — or reason for the Fed to raise interest rates.
Professor Anne Krueger of Johns Hopkins has produced a fascinating – and overall negative – assessment of Hillary Clinton’s economic platform.
We shouldn’t have to adjudicate 21st-century smartphone disputes with 1930s-era legislation