February 1, 2016Corporate Governance
The U.S. system for taxing corporate profits is outdated, ineffective at raising revenue, and creates perverse incentives for companies to shelter profits overseas. It is also, for most U.S. companies most of the time, a pretty good deal, which is one of the big reasons why any serious overhaul will be so difficult to achieve.
July 1, 1998Capital Flows
Overview This paper addresses the questions that arose out of the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, specifically whether or not financial liberality is inherently beneficial. Several notable sc…
October 31, 2011China
Overview Financial crises in the 1930s and 1970s showed the world that economic instability results when demand for international liquidity allows a small number of countries to run up massive deb…
March 24, 2017Brazil
Brazil's path holds important lessons for how U.S. policymakers might assist other countries in their fight against corruption.
June 19, 2017Guatemala
What other countries can learn from CICIG’s first decade.