SALT Deduction Changes Could Improve State Tax Systems Too

December 11, 2017.

Problems with a “Fiscal Trigger”

November 29, 2017.

Economists Oppose a Strict Balanced Budget Rule. Could the US Adopt a Sophisticated One?

November 13, 2017.

Lots for Economists to Like in the House GOP Tax Plan

November 3, 2017.

Shake Shack Planning for Higher Minimum Wages

October 3, 2017.

Larry Summers Conflates Economics and Politics on Shrinking Government

September 8, 2017.

Bad Economics and Hurricane Harvey: Part 2

September 1, 2017.

Bad Economics and Hurricane Harvey

August 29, 2017.

Confusing GDP with Economic Welfare

August 22, 2017.

Progressivity of Taxes and Transfers in the US and UK

August 8, 2017.

Sexist Price Discrimination?

July 21, 2017.

Seattle Exhibiting Costs Of Minimum Wage Hikes

June 26, 2017.

How Much Infrastructure Investment Is Needed?

June 8, 2017.

Trump’s Budget Changes Tone On Infrastructure

May 23, 2017.

Misconceptions of the Efficiency Wage Hypothesis

May 5, 2017.

New Paper Shows Workers Commute Away From Minimum Wage Rises

April 27, 2017.

Protections on Steel Hurt Downstream Exporters

April 21, 2017.

DC Child Care Policy: Restrict Supply, Then Subsidize It

April 10, 2017.

New York Times Article Misleads on British Rail Privatization

April 5, 2017.

Policy Trade-offs: D.C. Child Care Edition

April 3, 2017.

The Economic Doom-Mongers Have Been Wrong on Brexit So Far

March 29, 2017.

Why Does President Trump Want to Pump Prime the Economy?

March 28, 2017.

Minimum Wages and Bad Use of Terminology

March 20, 2017.

Martin Feldstein on U.S. Growth vs. Other Major Economies

March 17, 2017.

Public-private Partnerships: a Cautionary Tale from the UK

March 7, 2017.