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Opinion: Corporate tax reform – inevitable, at last!

Op-ed in the September 23 Austin American-Statesman by IC² Institute Fellow Moris Simson.  More

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Opinion: What the markets aren’t telling… yet

Op-ed in the January 21 Austin American-Statesman by IC² Institute Fellow Moris Simson.  More

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Opinion: The untold risk in monetary policy

Op-ed in the September 7 Austin American-Statesman by IC² Institute Fellow Moris Simson.  More

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Diagnostics for a Globalized World

How do you gauge the accomplishments of policy and its failures? While a number of nations are successful in optimizing a socio-economic welfare function, others are woefully falling short of the optimal frontier. Diagnostics for a Globalized World proposes a …  More

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Connecting People, Ideas, and Resources Across Communities

The challenge of connecting people, ideas, and resources across communities stems from the quest for enhanced competition and cooperation in an increasingly interconnected world. At the same time, the basic infrastructure to foster wealth creation is asymmetrically distributed across regions …  More

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