ACCF Scholars

ACCF Scholars

How Donald J. Trump Could Promote Long-Term Economic Growth

Published in New York Times

Dean of Columbia Business School and ACCF scholar R. Glenn Hubbard writes in New York Times that President-elect Trump could give U.S. economic markets a much needed shot in the arm by closing the door on failed efforts at stimulus and overreliance on monetary policy that have held back growth and aggravated economic anxiety for many households and business people.

ACCF Scholar: Recovery through tax reform

Published in National Review

With apologies to Ronald Reagan, next year is teed up to be the biggest supply-side-policy year in American history. The expected changes are too numerous to list, but the most economically consequential will be tax reform.

ACCF Scholar: Fed Policy in the Trump Administration

Aired on Bloomberg Daybreak

John Taylor, Stanford University economics professor and ACCF Center for Policy Research Scholar, discusses the outlook for Fed policy and President-elect Donald Trump's economic policies with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays and Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

Corporate tax reform is vital to boosting America’s growth

Published in Financial Times

Few things are as important in the quest for economic growth and increased standards of living as capital formation. Delayed business investment is harmful to the US.

One Way to Fix the Corporate Tax: Repeal It

By N. Gregory Mankiw Published in The New York Times “Some people are calling these companies ‘corporate deserters.’ ” That is what President Obama said last month...

How Washington Whittles Away Property Rights

By Michael J. Boskin Published in The Wall Street Journal Property rights and the rule of law are essential foundations for a vibrant economy. When they are...