There is little agreement on the level and scope of taxation in America, but nearly all participants in the tax debates agree that the system needs fundamental reform. No matter the goals, including making the system fairer, more understandable, or easier to navigate, Brookings experts have long been in the center of developing recommendations for tax reform.
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How foreign tax changes affect U.S. businesses and the prospects for tax reform
May 3, 2016
On Tuesday, May 3, the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center examined the implications of these worldwide changes for tax reform in the U.S. The symposium is named for Donald C. Lubick, who served in senior tax policy positions in the government for over four decades, and honors his extraordinary record of public service on behalf of better tax policy.
U.S. Economic Performance
U.S. Budget Deficit
March 16, 2016, William G. Gale, Hilary Gelfond and Aaron Krupkin
March 9, 2016, Sara Rosenbaum
January 29, 2016, Donald Marron and Adele Morris
November 18, 2015, William G. Gale and Aaron Krupkin
October 27, 2015, Henry J. Aaron
June 30, 2015, Leonard E. Burman, William G. Gale, Sarah Gault, Bryan Kim, Jim Nunns, Steve Rosenthal, et al.
Paper | Tax Policy Center
December 12, 2014, Benjamin H. Harris and Lucie Parker
October 10, 2014, Xinye Zheng
Paper | The Hamilton Project
June 19, 2014, Hilary Hoynes
Paper | The Urban Institute
March 2014, Benjamin H. Harris
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