The Effect of New Jersey's Minimum Wage Increase on Fast-food Employment: a Re-evaluation Using Payroll Records
In 1995, University of California-Irvine economics professor David Neumark and Federal Reserve governor William Wascher analyzed payroll records of fast-food restaurants in New Jersey counties and
This academic study, conducted in 2008 by University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center Senior Research Scientist Robert D.
A non-partisan study conducted by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury studies existing research on the effects of state taxes on migration.
Florida Gulf Coast University Associate Professor of Economics Dean Stansel studies migration and taxation data for 100 American metropolitian areas, finding statistically significant correlations
As the federal debt approaches $18 trillion, a balanced budget amendment has emerged as one of few viable options to curb government spending. The Article V process for amending the U.S.
Pressure from the United Nations, U.S.
The imposition of greenhouse gas permitting requirements on stationary sources will negatively impact U.S.
Heartland Policy Study No. 14
Vast reserves of oil and natural gas have been known to exist in shale formations throughout the United States for decades, but extracting these resources was not economically viable until the adve
June 20, 2013 – The 518 taxing districts within Cook County have a combined “financial burden” of almost $34 billion - an average of $17,147 per Cook County household - according to a study release