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Why war is so affordable: the military's role in the U.S. economy. Nov 1, 2005 2084
Scientific uncertainties and policy controversies over global warming. Jul 1, 2005 1525
A daunting triple alliance: will the Federal government ever display enough courage--or know-how--to contain the triple-headed beast of Social Security, Medicare, and Income Tax reform? Column May 1, 2005 1461
Economics as public policy. Column Mar 1, 2005 881
The tax reform revolution: "the four approaches to tax reform--flat, USA, national sales, and value-added--all are variations on the same theme. All would shift the base of Federal taxation from income to consumption while simplifying the process of complying with tax law.". Jan 1, 2005 3265
The bear hungers on: will Russia get--and keep--its act together? The major republic of the former Soviet Union is full of economic possibilities--and major pitfalls. Jan 1, 2005 1698
The bad news is really good news: with South Korea flexing its considerable economic muscle on the world stage, the U.S. suddenly has a new competitor--and partner--in the ever-evolving global marketplace. Jul 1, 2004 3204
Outsourcing is a good thing--mostly. May 1, 2004 1478
Surveying the global marketplace: "half of Xerox's employees work on foreign soil and less than half of Sony's employees are Japanese. More than 50% of IBM's revenues originate overseas; the same is true for Citigroup, ExxonMobil, DuPont, Procter & Gamble, and many other corporate giants.". Jan 1, 2004 2100
Can the U.S. continue to flex its economic muscles? Are burgeoning budget deficits, national security overruns, burdensome government regulations, Medicare funding woes, and stiff global competition endangering America's powerhouse status? Nov 1, 2003 3035
Government, business, and the response to terrorism. (Business & Finance). May 1, 2002 2916
Meeting the global energy challenge: "there are no quick solutions to the energy supply and infrastructure challenge facing the U.S. specifically and the global marketplace generally." (National Affairs). Jan 1, 2002 3362
A Response to the Assault on the GLOBAL ECONOMY. Nov 1, 2000 2505
REGULATORY REFORM: More Work Is Needed. Jul 1, 2000 1980
Is America Slipping in INTERNATIONAL TRADE. Jul 1, 1999 1822
Promoting Economic PROSPERITY. Jan 1, 1999 2831
Curbing global warming: is the cost too high? Jul 1, 1998 2772
Cutting the budget: there's got to be a better way. Jul 1, 1997 2662
The Employment Act of 1946: still working after 50 years. Nov 1, 1996 2137
Environmental regulations vs. economic health. Nov 1, 1994 2047
Should we tax consumption? Mar 1, 1993 3968

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