What are targeted cash assistance programs and what are their effects? CGO Visiting Scholar Max Ghenis discusses in this research in focus.
In her analysis, author Chandrayee Chatterjee finds that the likelihood of being newly married decreased following Medicaid expansion.
National conversations about wealth inequality in the United States have led to proposals for a wealth tax. Learn more here.
To retain the gains from international trade, immigration, and global capital flows, we need to modernize economic policy to suit the current era.
It is crucial that tax policy not stand in the way of the expansion of New Economy businesses that have proven invaluable during the pandemic.
The Pandemic Trust Fund would insulate and protect pandemic preparation from the political process and budgetary discretion and degradation.
This Research in Focus examines how income tax policy shapes incentives for innovation and entrepreneurship in the United States.
This paper examines the causes of inertia in health insurance by examining Covered California, the largest U.S. health insurance Marketplace.