ResultsFound: 60 on Taxes
A 2015 study published in the Journal of Public Policy looks at the effect of the current President’s political party on the level of resources available to the IRS and their allocation within the federal agency.
2015 updated selection of research on the wide range of impacts of retail chain stores, including on small local business, county-level employment, and more.
2015 study in Health Economics that investigates the potential impact that raising cigarette taxes might have on tobacco use among older adults.
2015 report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence analyzing effective property tax rates for homes and businesses in all 50 states.
2015 study by Harvard and the American Enterprise Institute that examines the range of options governments have used to manage their levels of public debt.
2014 and 2009 studies from U.C. Riverside, Yale and the Harvard Kennedy School on the relative merits of policies to encourage efficient use of scarce water resources.
2014 research brief on the durability of “special interest” tax breaks, based on nearly 20 years worth of data, from the University of Michigan and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2014 in Public Administration Review showing how competition between nearby rich and poor communities affects local policy choices.
2014 study by Dartmouth on how voters’ perceptions of themselves as beneficiaries of federal spending can affect their subsequent choice of presidential candidates.
2014 study in State and Local Government Review finds that both liberal- and conservative-leaning counties with charters tend to spend more than those with less autonomy.