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How to Shape U.S. Infrastructure Policy

This special report first looks at the reasons for infrastructure investment and then sets the stage for steps that are crucial for successful infrastructure projects. Particular attention is paid to ways to use existing funds more effectively and to increase participation by the private sector. The paper concludes with alternative methods for financing and funding the country’s much needed infrastructure.

Why Economists Are Worried About International Trade

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

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.

Economic Policy Salon “Modernizing our Energy Infrastructure”

On February 6th, the ACCF hosted the Honorable Dan Brouillette, Deputy Secretary of Energy for the U.S. Department of Energy for an ACCF Economic Policy...

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SOTU: Infrastructure Investment, Regulatory Improvement and Free Trade are Winning Policy...

President Trump should be commended for his efforts in shepherding the first major overhaul of our tax system in over thirty years.

ACCF Applauds Pro-Growth Tax Reform Bill

Statement from the American Council for Capital Formation on the unveiling of House Republican tax reform legislation.

New Report: Tax Reform Could be a Boon for Clean Energy...

The tax reform plan released by the White House and congressional Republicans could provide a substantially better climate for private sector research, development, demonstration...

ACCF Joins Coalition Dedicated to Regulatory Improvement

This week, the ACCF and members from a diverse range of industry sectors joined to announce the launch of the Coalition for Regulatory Innovation. Our aim is to help Americans understand the thicket of state and federal rules and champion commonsense reforms that remove unnecessary burdens on the economy.