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Archive of posts published in the tag: Michael Solon

The Need for Permanence in the Tax Code

from The WSJ, Phil Gramm and Michael Salon, Reagan Cut Taxes, Revenue Boomed:  As inflation plummeted from the CBO’s projected average annual rate of 8.3% for 1982-86 to an average of 3.8%, revenue compared with projections tumbled $22 billion in 1982…

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The Gini Distortion

In The Wall Street Journal Phil Gramm and Michael Solon write How to Distort Income Inequality- The Piketty-Saez data ignore changes in tax law and fail to count noncash compensation and Social Security benefits. excerpt: An equally extraordinary distortion in the…

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Inequality and The Tax Reform of 1986

In The Wall Street Journal Phil Gramm and Michael Solon write How to Distort Income Inequality- The Piketty-Saez data ignore changes in tax law and fail to count noncash compensation and Social Security benefits. excerpt: Messrs. Piketty and Saez also did…

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FDR Redux

Phil Gramm and Michael Solon write The ‘Financial Recession’ Excuse – Why did the U.S. recover faster from the Panic of 1907 than from the 2008 recession and the Great Depression? in the Wall Street Journal, 2/2/2012 Excerpt: Under President Franklin…

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