The White House Council of Economic Advisers claimed in a report released last week that the cuts to the corporate tax rate contained in the Republican tax-reform proposal would raise average annual household incomes by more than $4,000. Jason Furman says these are wild claims that don’t add up.
We have a hundred years of research on how to maximize commercial value, Julie Battilana argues. It’s time to focus on understanding how to generate social value and what it takes to be the kind of change-maker that can do that.
Examination of the structure, competitiveness and social utility of U.S. capital markets as the basis for considering the range of proposals for financial regulatory reform growing out of the recent world-wide financial crisis.