Amazon decided to split its second headquarters between two coastal financial and political centers in the United States. Both cities offered the e-commerce giant lavish economic incentives that many liken to corporate welfare.
This paper, written by Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) senior fellow Iain Murray and CEI regulatory studies fellow Ryan Young, examines the issue of international trade and recommends how policymakers can promote economic freedom and prosperity.
This mid-session review (MSR) of the 2019 Fiscal Year, published by the White House Office of Budget and Management (OMB), is a supplemental update to the president’s proposed budget, and contains revised estimates.
President Trump and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker separately launched important welfare reforms. Though separate initiatives, both are working to increase self-sufficiency among welfare recipients and restore government back to its proper role.
This report, published by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, a federal agency tasked with providing budget and economic information to Congress, includes projections for key economic indicators.
Annual report finds 85 percent of employees at companies with more than 100 employees had access to retirement savings options—but only 53 percent of employees at smaller businesses, with fewer than 100 employees.
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.