Arthur Laffer

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United States economist who proposed the Laffer curve (born in 1940)


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NexPoint Residential Trust Inc (NYSE:NXRT) (NXRT) on Tuesday named Arthur Laffer and James Dondero as members of its board of directors and Laffer was also appointed chairman of the Compensation Committee and Dondero as chairman of the board.
Leading supply-side economist Arthur Laffer and the corporate-backed American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) have just released a new edition of their "Rich States, Poor States" report, pushing this very idea while giving zero credit to the quality of state services.
As Age of Greed shows, Milton Friedman and Richard Nixon initially served as leaders in this march to the market, to be superseded in the 1980s by Arthur Laffer and Ronald Reagan, and in the 1990s by Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, and Bill Clinton.
Baker III, Frances Fitzgerald, Pat Robertson, Dan Rather, Ron Reagan, Thomas Frank, Arthur Laffer, Paul Volcker, Peter Robinson, Frank Snepp, Edmund Morris.
He relates how economist Robert Mundell and Arthur Laffer, Wall Street Journal editor Robert Bartley, congressman Jack Kemp, economic forecaster Norman Ture, reporter Jude Wanniski, and other figures demonstrated how the income tax and the Federal Reserve play a primary role in starting and perpetuating an economic crisis, and how tax cuts and stable money were the key to economic growth.
Professor Arthur Laffer, of Laffer Curve fame, argues that taxation is the single greatest destroyer of motivation.
The report's authors, Arthur Laffer, Stephen Moore and Jonathan Williams, periodically evaluate all states on the basis of their tax rates, tax burden, recently legislated tax changes, debt service, public employees per 10,000 of population, state liability system, state minimum wage, worker's compensation costs, right to work and tax expenditure limits.
He referred to the Laffer curve, a graph named after economist Arthur Laffer, which shows tax revenues rise to a limited extent when tax rates increase, but actually start falling if tax rates become too high.
Two specific influences have been Communist defector Whittaker Chambers' Witness and USC professor Arthur Laffer, a founding father of supply-side economics.
The sad news from the report, "Rich States, Poor States: ALEC-Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index," is that the authors, Arthur Laffer, nationally recognized economist, and Stephen Moore of The Wall Street Journal, said Arkansas could have scored much higher but for its relatively high personal income tax (where it ranked 33rd) and sales taxes (ranked 46th) and poor state liability system (ranked 41st).
Economist Arthur Laffer contends in a new report released today that a cap-and-trade scheme for controlling greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) would impose "significant" economic costs on the U.
Dick Armey (R-Texas) and former Cato Institute scholar who co-founded the club with Arthur Laffer, Larry Kudlow, and other market-oriented economists.
The book written by Alexander Odishelidze and Arthur Laffer analyzes the theme of Puerto Rico in a counterintuitive fashion.
Cheney intimates say, hands down, that individual is economist Arthur Laffer who no doubt will be asked his opinion on personnel matters.
Arthur Laffer, inventor of the famous "Laffer Curve," a conservative economist who opened the conference with a humorous, energetic and engaging take on the economy and economic growth, as well as personalities like Gov.