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Despite Opposition, Trump Is Expected To Unveil International Tariffs Soon

Rachel Martin talks to ACCF Scholar Glenn Hubbard about the looming tariffs.

Trump’s Really Bad Idea

Washington Times
With his steel and aluminum tariff proposals, President Trump seems to have missed some of the trade basics that Adam Smith and David Ricardo taught the world more than two centuries ago.

ACCF March Salon: Deregulation Under President Trump

The ACCF hosted The Honorable Neomi Rao, Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) for an ACCF Economic Policy Salon on Deregulation under President Trump.

Look beyond the threat of steel tariffs to the 1.8 million jobs that could vanish if Nafta goes

The seventh round of Nafta talks are under the shadow of President Trump’s plan to...

Why Economists Are Worried About International Trade

New York Times
ACCF Scholar N. Gregory Mankiw weighs in on Trump's

How to grow the economy in 2018

There is little debate that the United States needs faster economic growth. From the fourth...

As Trump gambles with more economic stimulus, the Fed is poised to counter inflation

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump with his budget proposal raises his bet that...

ACCF Scholar Ken Medlock Testifies on Energy Infrastructure

Hearing on The Evolution of Energy Infrastructure in the United States and How Lessons Learned from the Past Can Inform Future Opportunities

Energy isn’t a horse race, and the government doesn’t pick winners

We shouldn’t be upset when the government gets involved in supporting innovative energy technologies. For decades, our federal government has done just that — and we’ve all benefitted.

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    To call U.S. power sector developments of the last couple weeks “interesting” would be an understatement. Two weeks ago, the Department of Energy issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) that aims effectively to bring back or keep online some of the less competitive coal and nuclear power plants. That proposed rule was followed this […]
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  • Thoughts on the Regulatory Accountability Act
    The Regulatory Accountability Act incorporates many bipartisan solutions to problems that have plagued the expansion of the federal regulatory system. The ideas expressed in the bill are certainly worthy of continued analysis and discussion. Read more in the Bloomberg View column by Cass Sustein:   A Regulatory Reform Bill That Everyone Should Like Look! Bipartisanship […]
    Tim Doyle

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