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PPI WEEKLY WRAP-UP: Agenda 2016, What Democrats Are Missing, and TPP’s Impact on Small Business
AGENDA 2016–REVIVING U.S. ECONOMIC GROWTH: The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) teamed up with Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy to…
Agenda 2016: Reviving U.S. Economic Growth
The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) teamed up with Columbia University’s Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy to co-host a compelling symposium…
How the Ex-Im Bank Serves Main Street
On real Main Streets across America, from Idaho to California to Maine, the Ex-Im Bank supports U.S. jobs. On Main Streets across America, small businesses…
Jason Furman Remarks at Recent PPI Event on Reviving Private Investment in the U.S.
Business Investment in the United States: Facts, Explanations, Puzzles, and Policies Remarks by Jason Furman Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers September 30, 2015 Progressive Policy…
Understanding the Meaning of BEPS for the United States
Multinationals are about to get hit with a big tax penalty for operating in the United States. Is it finally time for corporate tax reform? On…
PPI Asia Trip Report
International engagement is integral to PPI’s mission of policy innovation, going back to the “third way” dialogues we helped to launch back in the 1990s….
PPI WEEKLY WRAP-UP: Taxing Broadband, China’s Currency Depreciation, & Innovation Struggles
TAXING BROADBAND: In a piece for Forbes on Thursday, PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer argues against the FCC taxing broadband in order to subsidize it….
What the China Currency Depreciation Means for the Chinese Model–and for the US
I argue here that critics of China’s recent currency depreciation are missing the big picture. First, depreciation is a desperate measure which is a sign of…
POLITICO: New Democrats plan ‘assertive’ new presence in House
The New Democrat Coalition sees opportunities this fall on taxes, trade, Medicare and others. by Lauren French, POLITICO In the hierarchy of the House, moderate…
Does the FCC’s Open Internet Order Survive a Cost-Benefit Test? These 13 Economists Don’t Think So.
Yesterday, a stellar constellation of regulatory economists—including three economists affiliated with the Progressive Policy Institute—submitted an amicus brief to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals,…