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Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
New Wharton research shows that there could be significant effects from subsidizing professions that offer limited compensation relative to the societal benefits they create.
The truth about trickle-down economics is that it’s a shallow way of trying to get at a very complicated question: How do tax cuts really play out in the economy?
What if everyone could get a guaranteed income whether or not they worked? Experts say the concept is gaining ground globally.
Imposing taxes on products that have negative effects on health can theoretically lower consumption. But do these policies help consumers to make better choices?
Recent Wharton research suggests that redefining who is eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit in the U.S. may make it more effective.