Fellow, Economic Studies
Tracy Gordon was a fellow in the Economic Studies program. She departed Brookings in the fall of 2013. | View Full Bio
State and Local Finance
U.S. Economic Performance
U.S. Budget Deficit
September 11, 2013
Article | The Russell Sage Foundation and The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality
Article | Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Paper | Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
February 16, 2012
Report | The Kaiser Family Foundation
October 27, 2011
Paper | Urban Institute
September 19, 2011
Article | State Tax Notes by Tax Analysts
January 31, 2011
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School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University
Philippe Le Corre will speak about Chinese investment in France on January 26 at Paris' ESSEC Business School.
On January 26, Joshua Meltzer will speak at the "Convergence and Divergence in Mega-Regional Trade and Investment Agreements" conference on the key critical and controversial issues surrounding trade and investment treaties such as the TPP, CETA, and TTIP.
True facts, great charts on migration, tax and otherwise MT @NeilShahWSJ: http://t.co/mvRYZQEQ9Z Charts @lymanstoneky http://t.co/yn6z7cV22A
@conorsen @AlanGreenblatt @GOVERNING putting in plug for @TaxPolicyCenter taxvox, which actually preceded the other vox! Cc @richardcauxier
RT @MuniAlmanac: Cool @urbaninstitute interactive tool predicts how demographic changes will play out locally by 2030. http://t.co/v4IJYBYXQ7
@amacker It's complicated... http://t.co/ceZNRtmYJb
@amacker No love for QPIBs?? Check this out: PABs <1% of income counted as preferences under AMT http://t.co/KXH6zVMdmw
RT @urbaninstitute: More on capital gains taxes from @lenburman, the guy who literally wrote the book on them: http://t.co/SnAk6tIl2Y #SOTU
@pewtrusts Better indicator is infra spending by level of govt as share of GDP http://t.co/kFMhTlPCZY
RT @zuckermans: President’s #SOTU claim of 10 mil gaining coverage in the past year supported by #HRMS data at http://t.co/8BIyHfq2cw
Super important for state budgets: new @urbaninstitute tool lets you vary assns and map pop futures http://t.co/alRQknkW5c via @rolfpendall
"They have gone about hard business of winning basketball games.. with the cool, calculated approach of tax auditors" http://t.co/gm2WF1IKUN
@TradeDiversion @omzidar Or states that offer Ready Return?
(4/4) "In other words, such an approach promotes relative indifference to revenue mechanisms themselves...This is not a sustainable policy."
(3/4) "Q of efficient financing .. is far less important when test of success is how much hwy or track mileage added or rehabilitated"
(2/4) "Since end of WWII, overriding objective in both highway and mass transit was to build robust connections b/t various destinations..."
(1/4) Been mulling infra this week and keep coming back to this quote from 2007 Peters Commission minority views... http://t.co/ZYp4HZ1uqz
RT @BrookingsFP: Haskins: In order to do something serious about infrastructure there are going to have to be additional revenues of some kind #budget15
RT @BrookingsFP: Rivlin: It’s been hard to get people together for a new look at how we finance roads, highways and bridges #budget15
@LizFarmerTweets Sounds like April surprise... http://t.co/oOixjqf4z9
@EJDionne ITEP rpt and inc ineq both worthy of attn. But reverse Robin Hood requires knowing incidence of SLG spending. Need another study!
@berubea1 @bruce_katz Sounds like differing views of federalism, eg freeing states to innovate vs helping them adopt proven educ reforms
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