Intellectual Property and the Trans Pacific Partnership
Presentation given by IPI President Tom Giovanetti at the Cato Institute event titled "Intellectual Property in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: National Interest or Corporate Handout?"
A Tax Code for the 6 Percent
Rasmussen recently released a survey revealing that a mere 6 percent of those surveyed thought the U.S. has the best tax system in the world. They are wrong.
The Correlation Between Minimum Wage Increase and Youth Unemployment
There is an interesting and close correlation between U.S. minimum wage increases and rising youth unemployment that implies that hiking to cost of labor does cost jobs.
World Class No More?
In a connected, competitive world, innovation can happen almost anywhere. The only question is will our immigration policy keep it from happening here?
At Long Last, Talking About Fundamental Tax Reform
We’re long overdue to be talking about fundamental tax reform. Congressional leadership and President Obama should get on-board.
Never Trust an Agency Head Complaining about Budget Cuts
Is Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel telling the truth when he says spending cuts to the defense budget means popular programs will be eliminated? Who knows?
Tax Reform Principles and Proposals
In the presentation, Tom Giovanetti outlines the differences and merits of the Flat Tax and Fair Tax proposals.
Life in the Fast Lane
The federal government sells fast lane access and higher qualities of service. It shouldn’t forbid broadband companies from doing the same thing.
The U.S. Economy on the GO
In an age where investment in technology and IP development are critical, these should show up in economic measurements. It is time to show them.
Five Years After Obama's Economic Stimulus, Most Americans Believe the Country Is in Recession
The stimulus is five years old, and even as the Obama administration boasts of progress the majority of Americans still think the country is in a recession and jobs are at the top of their concerns.
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