Technology and Innovation

Who Pays When Car Sharing Is Taxed?

Introduction The advent of car-sharing platforms has expanded the peer-to-peer car sharing market, but because they are so new, policymakers have yet to decide where they fit in tax policy. As of this paper, no state policymakers have decided that the state’s peer-to-peer car sharing tax policy should be identical…
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The Great Antidote – Tim Carney

On this episode of The Great Antidote podcast with Juliette Sellgren, she is joined by guest Tim Carney. In their discussion, Juliette and Tim cover the Export-Import Bank (EXIM), corporate welfare, and all the forms of cronyism in the United States.   Guest Bio Timothy P. Carney is a resident fellow…
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State and Local Policy

How Policing Incentives Affect Crime, Measurement, and Justice

1 Introduction Recent events have returned police violence to the forefront of policy debates. While many researchers are focused on the magnitude of racial prejudice or simply assume police are a public good, we still know little about what incentives lead to better or worse policing. In this study, we…
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Exformation – Antitrust

Episode 2: Antitrust In this episode, hosts Will Rinehart and Caden Rosenbaum discuss antitrust law, mega-corporations, monopolies, and big tech.
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Invest Like the Best: Frontiers for Productivity

Eli Dourado, senior research fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity, joins Patrick O’Shaughnessy on his podcast Invest Like the Best to discuss the ongoing stagnation in labor productivity, the system constraints, and some of the innovative technologies that could reverse this trend.  …
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Crises are times of non-complacency

Ever since John F. Kennedy butchered Chinese etymology to make the point, no business consultant or motivational speaker has let anyone forget that times of crisis represent both danger and opportunity. The ongoing pandemic has been a tragedy with over 3 million confirmed…
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