Arthur Laffer


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

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In their 2010 book Return to Prosperity: How America Can Regain Its Superpower Status, Stephen Moore and Arthur Laffer issue a clear warning about today's economic policies: "U.
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.
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.
As economist Arthur Laffer has observed, there is nothing more portable in this world than money and rich people.
Buckley is sponsoring a "Post-Election Mexico Cruise" featuring the likes of Ken Starr, Tom DeLay, Dan Quayle, Arthur Laffer, and more
Arthur Laffer, Douglas Crocker, II, President and CEO of Equity Residential, launched an annual giving campaign for the NAA Education Foundation (NAAEF) by pledging an annual commitment of $25,000 a year.
Similarly, Malabre reports that supply-sider Arthur Laffer was bested in policy debates by economists Otto Eckstein and Lester Thurow.
A prime example of this was Bartley's role in popularizing supply-side economics, a once-obscure theory advanced by economist Arthur Laffer and adopted by the Reagan administration (see sidebar, p.
In the same context, attention is drawn to another omission in that contributions of such eminent international economists as Robert Mundell, Rudiger Dornbusch, Michael Mussa, Arthur Laffer, Milton Friedman are missing.
Arthur Laffer, a leading advocate of supply-side economics, policy adviser to President Ronald Reagan and former Trustee of Yorktown University.
Arthur Laffer, James Rickards, Mark Tibbles, Brad Messerli, Dr.
Rick Perry was bragging on Texas again Monday as he mulls another presidential race, using a new study by economist and longtime supporter Arthur Laffer as reason to say the Lone Star State has California (and other blue states) beat.
Its board of scholars includes right-wing economist Arthur Laffer, as well as Stephen Moore, former head of the Club for Growth who writes editorials for News Corp.