By Andrew Lilico
The major Democratic and Republican plans all agree on lowering corporate rates, while also broadening the base by reducing tax breaks.
Council on Foreign Relations - 23 Jan 2017
Developing nations overleverage their economies to external foreign debt, most often, the US dollar, due to an optimistic perception of global monetary stability and low, long-term interest rates.
Yale Global - 23 Jan 2017
Bloomberg View - 23 Jan 2017
Robert Colvile - 21 Jan 2017
The world has pushed off from the shore of a rules-based system that was founded on the Enlightenment idea of universal progress.
Project Syndicate - 23 Jan 2017
Harvard Business Review - 23 Jan 2017
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Without a high degree of openness to imports, the benefits of domestic deregulation are much lower.
VoxEU - 23 Jan 2017
Marian L. Tupy - 21 Jan 2017
Co-operating with foreigners for mutual benefit disturbs the cultural matrix of tribal loyalty.
Irish Times - 20 Jan 2017
Tim Montgomerie - 20 Jan 2017
American Enterprise Institute - 20 Jan 2017