ACCF on Tax Code Section 385
In The Hill newspaper, Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber discusses the impact of proposed regulations under the tax code section 385
USA Today Viewpoint: Trump’s Russia Instincts are Correct
In USA Today, George David Banks notes that just as America allied with the Soviet Union to defeat Nazi Germany, Washington should seek similar cooperation with Moscow to defeat ISIL.
ACCF on “Best Ways to Grow Economy”
ACCF President Mark Bloomfield is featured in a new report from American University’s Kogod Business School titled, “Best Ideas to Grow the Economy,” which offers 50 recommendations from Fortune 500 CEOs, small business owners, startup founders, state and local government officials and thought leaders from across the country.
September ACCF Economic Policy Evening
The ACCF hosted its 225th economic policy salon dinner on the theme “Seven years later, the weakest economic recovery of the post-World War II era: What to do in the first hundred days of the next presidency?”
Op-Ed: The Presidential Politics of Energy Policy
In Real Clear Energy, ACCF Vice President and General Counsel Tim Doyle highlights significant differences between Trump and Clinton on energy policy.
Op-Ed: Are Apple and Microsoft New Poster Children for Tax Reform?
In The Hill, Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber writes on why our outdated tax code is keeping much-needed investment money overseas instead of here in the United States.
For three decades the ACCF and its research affiliate, the ACCF Center for Policy Research, have brought the message to U.S. and international policymakers, the media, and the public that a nation’s strength and stability depend upon well-thought-out economic, regulatory, and environmental policies to promote capital formation, economic growth, and a higher standard of living for all.Read More
Energy & Climate Change Policy
ACCF is an internationally recognized economic authority on energy and environmental policy issues. Because energy use and economic growth go hand in hand, policymakers should develop a flexible, long-term approach to reducing the growth of greenhouse gases. This requires a global effort based on technological innovation and technology transfer to developing countries where greenhouse gas emissions growth is most rapid.Read More
In 1978, ACCF was instrumental in helping turn a looming hike on the capital gains tax into a dramatic tax cut. Today, nearly thirty-five years later, ACCF continues to provide expert research and a bipartisan effort to maintain low rates on capital gains taxes ensuring robust job growth for a recovering economy.Read More
The ACCF has long held that improving our regulatory framework is critical to economic growth. The regulatory state has dramatically increased in size and scope, and now reaches into every corner of the American economy. The ACCF's Regulatory Improvement Effort centers on working with various federal and state coalitions toward a multifaceted broad-based initiative to improve the process of the regulatory system.Read More