SOUND ECONOMIC AND PUBLIC POLICY (SEPP) CONSULTING
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Stimulus: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Social Distancing: A Game of Two Locales
The Continuing Rise of China
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Questionably Good Policies, but Certainly Bad Timing
The last several months have seen interesting polices coming from both the GOP led legislative arm of government and the Trump...
Gun Control: The Sicko Game
In the wake of the Florida shooting and the resurgent debate on gun control, to focus our attention on solutions it may be helpful to see...
Splitting the Gains from Trade
One of the arguments in the trade debate has centered on the assumption that trade between the US and China for instance, has benefitted...
International trade is always a contentious issue and one that is often not well understood. Some see the current structure as heavily...
The Government Shutdown Game
Twice this year the media has focused our attention on the impending showdown in Congress as lawmakers try to avoid a government shutdown...
The Revenge of the Rich
A Bloomberg report released yesterday stated that the recent plunge in stock prices wiped out $114 billion from the fortunes of the...
The January Jobs Report: Too Early to Pop the Champagne?
The jobs report for January has been released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the labor market continues to reflect the ongoing...
Financing $1.5 trillion in Infrastructure Spending
In his first State of the Union address President Trump, among other things, called on Congress to send him a bill for $1.5 trillion in...
Apple's $30 Billion Jobs Investment
Did you say "trickle down economics"? Scratch that... it looks like a waterfall. Apple plans to take advantage of the incentive in the...
High Tax Blue States and Tax Reform
From the scenes that played out at the end of last year as many residents in high property tax states rushed to try to prepay some or all...