– March 31, 2011

Research Reports: April 4, 2011

Markets Can Ease the Food Crisis

With proper incentives, developing nations can profit from higher prices.
by Craig J. Richardson, PhD, Visiting Research Fellow

Higher Tax Rates Won’t Fix Deficits

History has shown that increasing the tax burden of the rich would have little impact on cutting the deficit. Instead, it slows growth.
by Julie Ni Zhu, Research Intern

Ask the Expert: Health Savings Accounts

by Kevin T. McGrath, CPA, a tax partner with BST Advisors, LLC.

Business-Cycle Conditions, April 2011

The Consumer Returns, But Timidly

People are spending more and cautiously borrowing. But no clear engine of growth has emerged to drive the still-modest recovery.
by Polina Vlasenko, PhD, Research Fellow


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