by John B. Taylor via Economics One
Today I published a column in Project Syndicate on fiscal policy. I am positive about pro-growth effects of the tax reform in the 2017 tax act and of the greater use of cost-benefit analysis in the recent regulatory reform effort. And the recent trade deals—the USMCA and “
Jay Cost | September 2019
- Although political parties have long been in disrepute, they can help make our government more responsive to the public interest.
- A party’s purpose is to win elections for its members, but depending on how party rules are structured, parties can advance or hinder republican government.
- Changes to nominating procedures, campaign finance, and internal party rules could make the parties work more effectively for the national good.
Jay Cost | AEI | August 6, 2019
Jay Cost | NationalReview.com | June 17, 2019