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Research and Development (R&D) Archive

Corporate Tax Cuts Effects: Research & Analysis

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares When thinking about tax policy, economists typically distinguish between the short run and long run. While there might be temporary boosts to the economy in the short term from a tax cut due to increased incomes, changes in tax policy alter the incentives to work, save, and invest, which can produce benefits to

Chips Bill: Semiconductor Computer Chip Subsidies?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Senate has begun debate on the so-called Chips bill, which would provide $52 billion in grants and $24 billion in tax credits to supposedly strengthen the production of semiconductors in the U.S. If this measure passes, U.S. semiconductors will join wool, mohair, helium, soybeans, ethanol, steel, credit unions, and Amtrak as industries

Lawmakers Revive Prescription Drug Pricing Policies, 1,900% Excise Tax

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares While the bulk of the proposed tax increases and spending programs remain under debate, Democratic lawmakers have reportedly agreed on prescription drug pricing provisions as a starting point for a revived Build Back Better package. Advocates of the drug pricing policy argue it would allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices, but it amounts

Carbon Taxes: Green Tax & Climate Change Tax Reforms

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings By driving changes to the climate, carbon emissions will impose major long-term economic costs, both here in the U.S. and around the world. Carbon taxes are an option to make the market reflect future costs of carbon emissions, discouraging emissions and incentivizing development and implementation of clean technology. Carbon taxes also

Public R&D and Private R&D are Complements, Not Substitutes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Congress is hammering out the details of legislation designed to make the U.S. more competitive with China. Any package to incentivize further R&D should begin by ending the current tax penalty against it.   While the House and Senate-passed versions of the competitiveness legislation differ, they would support American semiconductor manufacturing, increase public

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