This half-day conference, cohosted by AEI and the International Tax Policy Forum, will explore the economic effects of territorial taxation.
This event will examine the complicated institutional structure and politics of the Fed and the fundamental changes from its original design, and will consider where governance of the Fed may go from here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: AEI Media Services202.862.5829, email@example.com American Enterprise Institute (AEI) president Arthur Brooks and Kevin Hassett, AEI’s director of economic policy studies, are proud to congratulate AEI adjunct scholar Ioana Petrescu on becoming Romania’s next Finance Minister.Said Arthur Brooks, “AEI...
I think it is incorrect to describe the entire Obama budget released on Tuesday as “dead on arrival.” Yes, the document was full of retread proposals that did not find favor in previous years and are no more likely to be enacted in 2014.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, operating entirely as an arm of the government, entirely dependent on the credit of the government, and getting huge subsidies and favors from the government, have begun making large profits, all of which they are paying to the US Treasury. Speculators in the old, junior preferred stock and common stock of Fannie and Freddie are objecting that this is unjust.
Congress should rein in the tendency of the FSOC to simply implement the decisions of the FSB in the US. The FSOC’s decisions on SIFI designations should be made on the basis of clear standards and guidelines; it cannot be simply a matter of regulatory discretion.
Join us for a lively debate about who is hurting the conservative cause and who is helping it.