·April 6, 2017
Carnegie Mellon University and Peterson Institute for International Economics
Many international economists and legal scholars believe that the Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) at the core of the corporate tax reform plan pushed by House Speaker Paul Ryan violates World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. If the U.S. implements this plan, America’s trading partners can – and probably
·February 13, 2017
Robert M. LaFollette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The wall on the Mexican border that has been a centerpiece of President Trump’s policies to control immigration has been controversial. One source of controversy is the funding of this project. The estimated cost of constructing the wall ranges
widely. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stated the ...
·January 20, 2017
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
House Republicans have proposed a major overhaul of corporate taxes designed, in part, to make "Made in America" products more competitive abroad. The tax blueprint
released by House Republicans in June is expected to be the starting point for the Trump administration’s tax reforms. And it is no mere tinkering. ...