This paper, written by Illinois State University economics professor Dalia Marciukaityte, uses stock market data between 1996 and 2015 to study the effect of a state’s right-to-work (RTW) status on businesses’ financial growth and success.
Border Adjustment Tax: What We Know (Not Much) and What We Don’t (All the Rest)
This paper, written by Mercatus Center senior research fellows Jason Fichtner and Veronique de Rugy, examines how the 2016 House Republican Tax Reform Task Force Blueprint’s “destination-based cash flow tax” (DBCFT) may affect businesses and consumers.
The Final Countdown: Projecting Midnight Regulations
This report from the GW Regulatory Studies Center predicts the number of economically significant rules likely to be issued during the Obama administration's final months, finding while independent regulatory agencies do not typically increase their
Health Care News reported in June 2016:A new Vermont law protects vision care providers from retribution by insurance companies when providers recommend or sell products and services not covered by their patients’ insurance plans.
There are several ways in which insurers and reinsurers can reduce the taxloading in disaster insurance premiums. They can spread risk across national borders to reduce the total amount ofcapital needed; they can purchase some reinsurance from non-US.
The effects of the recent federal legislation will be known only over time, but we can study the effect of geographic restrictions on the banking industry by examining an earlier stage of the deregulatory process.