NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-09-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Monday, November 9, 2009

Economic Issues

NEW BUSINESS, NOT SMALL BUSINESS, IS WHAT CREATES JOBS

Nearly all net job creation since 1980 occurred in firms less than five years old, according to report...

KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION/WALL STREET JOURNAL

Trade Issues

FAILURE TO IMPLEMENT THE U.S.-KOREA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: THE COST FOR AMERICAN WORKERS AND COMPANIES

Failure to implement the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement could result in the loss of 345,017 U.S. jobs, according to report...

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Federal Spending & Budget Issues

EXPANDING MEDICAID MEANS REDUCING EDUCATION

Budget gimmicks to protect the federal budget will wreak havoc on state budgets, say observers...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Taxes

THE WORLD'S BEST TAX HAVEN: IN AMERICA, BUT UNAVAILABLE TO AMERICANS

Delaware is the number one tax haven in the world, according to the Financial Secrecy Index; this is good news for U.S. competitiveness, say observers...

CATO INSTITUTE/GUARDIAN

Social Issues

MARRIED WITH CHILDREN PAVES WAY TO HAPPINESS

Satisfaction with life goes up as family size increases, study finds...

JOURNAL OF HAPPINESS STUDIES/MSN.COM

Taxes

TEN PRINCIPLES FOR TAX REFORM: PRINCIPLE FIVE

Redistribution is better pursued through the allocation of government expenditure than through the tax system, says Robert Carling, a Senior Fellow with the Center for Independent Study...

POLICY

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