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January 4, 2022
President Biden announced a billion-dollar plan to beef up competition in the meat processing industry this week to reduce price increases for meat. Inflation affects all sectors of the economy.
January 3, 2022
Employment increased slightly due to increased participation. Meanwhile, program officials’ wealth dropped by around 10 percent, indicating that India’s IT expansion was effective in reducing corruption from administrators stealing funds.
January 3, 2022
Congress can get things done when they are seen as broadly in the national interest. Now is the time to shore up the competitive position of key strategic industries so America can continue to be the leading global power and outcompete China militarily, economically, and technologically.
December 20, 2021
Despite domestic presidential elections in April, the EU’s French Presidency will be critical for adopting the Digital Markets Act in ways that minimize harmful unintended consequences.
December 20, 2021
In the quest for “payfors” for the Build Back Better spending package, Senate Democrats have proposed a 15 percent minimum tax on corporations in the United States with at least $1 billion in annual “book value” profits. But as structured it is bad public policy—not only because it risks politicizing how companies book profits under FASB rules, but also because it will reduce the value of certain tax incentives companies have been given to advance key public-interest goals.
December 20, 2021
University researchers compiled qualitative data from interviews with 21 nursing home administrators and clinicians across 16 facilities and found that care providers reported a number of improved outcomes.
December 20, 2021
At the same time that biotechnology advances are reshaping tools for public health and medicine, we see no less momentous innovations in other fields. Almost no sector is untouched, but the greatest flowering to date has arguably been in agriculture.
December 17, 2021
CNIL, the French Data Protection Authority, recently ordered Clearview AI, a U.S. company that offers law enforcement a “search engine for faces,” to delete all of its data about French data subjects.
December 16, 2021
As the United States and the European Union continue to work on building back better the transatlantic relationship in the coming year, they should make resolving data flows a top priority.
December 15, 2021
The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this afternoon on “The Impact of Consolidation and Monopoly Power on American Innovation” will likely, once again, focus on the misguided notion that large technology platforms are bad for small businesses, workers, consumers, and innovation.