While the corporate tax code is indeed broken, the truth is large companies aren't villains; they are key drivers of U.S. economic growth, writes Joe Kennedy in The Hill.
Publications: Joe Kennedy
September 22, 2016
September 19, 2016
Comprehensive tax reform done the right way could simultaneously improve America’s fiscal debt, its trade debt, and its investment debt—but it won’t happen without a determined push by the next president.
September 2, 2016
College diplomas represent institutional brands, not objective or quantifiable measures of academic achievement, writes Joe Kennedy in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
August 1, 2016
Creating alternatives to traditional degrees would let students pursue their best options for learning and apply competitive pressure on colleges and universities to improve quality and reduce the costs of education.
June 9, 2016
Sellers often change the availability or price of goods based on the location of the user. In Innovation Files, Joe Kennedy shows why such practices can increase progressivity and benefit consumers.
May 26, 2016
Labor law fails to help a growing number of workers, including those in the growing gig sector, said Joe Kennedy in Morning Consult. Congress should either fix it, amend it, or suspend it.
May 24, 2016
The distinction between employees and independent contractors is discouraging companies from offering gig economy workers important support.
May 2, 2016
Joe Kennedy examines some of the recent debate around Internet platforms for Law360, including about competition, data use and collection, and labor law.
April 18, 2016
U.S. labor law doesn’t know what to do with people who make all or part of their living on gig-enabling Internet platforms like Uber or TaskRabbit. Policymakers should fix the law, adapt it, or suspend it.
April 8, 2016
In Innovation Files, Joe Kennedy looks at two papers coauthored by Alan Krueger that show a rise in alternative work and explain why Uber outperforms taxis.