Revenue-Neutral Carbon Tax and the Missing Partisan Divide

In a new study sponsored by AMS, Alex Brill of the American Enterprise Institute and Scott Ganz of the Georgia Institute of Technology take on the commonly held belief that a carbon tax will be bad for Republicans. Highlighting their

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Tax Reform 2.0

Following the enactment of tax reform, AMS Executive Director Alex Flint looked ahead to the next round, writing in The Hill about what “Tax Reform 2.0” would entail. He urged conservatives to pair revenue-neutral tax reform with conservative environmental policy.

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U.S. Competitiveness and Carbon Tax Policies

From an economic perspective, the concept that a revenue-neutral carbon tax, applied broadly and uniformly, is more economically efficient than a patchwork of regulations is well documented. But concerns exist about the consequences of the United States imposing a carbon

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What Are the Economic Gains from a Conservative Carbon Tax Policy?

  A carbon tax has the potential to raise a significant amount of revenue, perhaps $100 billion annually. A revenue-neutral carbon tax policy would, therefore, involve a significant (and offsetting) tax cut. Combined with eliminating harmful carbon regulations, pro-growth tax

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Funding Opportunity for New Carbon Tax Research

In pursuit of its goal to foster an open dialogue among conservatives about market-oriented solutions to carbon pollution, AMS has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for new research on the subject. Specifically, qualified researchers are invited to submit proposals

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