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C. Eugene Steuerle

Institute Fellow and Richard B. Fisher Chair

I love working on public finance issues and seeing their endless application to so many budget, tax, spending, and charitable issues that go well beyond what can be found in any textbook. I am drawn to Urban because in my view, it leads the nation in so many areas of research—combining its talents for evaluating a broad spectrum of public policy issues, gathering and using related data from a range of sources, and integrating research across disparate program areas; and all the while maintaining a truly nonpartisan approach to analysis, a deep culture of respect for each member of the organization, and a strong commitment to serve the public through its work.

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This brief considers focuses on the ending of temporary investment incentives.

April 15, 2002
C. Eugene Steuerle
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Should policymakers use capital expense deductions to help stabilize the economy?

March 29, 2002
C. Eugene Steuerle
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In the early 1970s, a Democratic Congress and a Republican President (Nixon) became concerned about the lack of pension funding, vesting, and coverage for most Americans. They decided to do something about it. This president and Congress, I believe, are not less qualified or less concerned with...

March 11, 2002
C. Eugene Steuerle
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Providing fiscal or tax subsidies to try to promote additional work and saving is a relatively modern notion. These subsidies may stimulate demand by putting more money in the economy, but they are designed primarily to affect behavior through incentives. Modern industrial economies like the U.S...

February 25, 2002
C. Eugene Steuerle
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The collapse of Enron brings out many tales, but none motivate action more than images of workers who now are left with little or nothing in the way of retirement plan benefits. In response, President Bush has requested legislation that would essentially remove some bars that prevent workers...

February 11, 2002
C. Eugene Steuerle
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This brief focuses on using public finance principles to allocate relief funds.

December 7, 2001
C. Eugene Steuerle
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Despite the generosity of Americans most of the needs of individuals are not met through transfers made through charities; thus, charities must choose whom they'll serve.

November 30, 2001
C. Eugene Steuerle
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Be wary of quick fixes for the nation's economic problems, for they just may make things worse.

November 16, 2001
C. Eugene Steuerle
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For a variety of reasons, the current social security system does an increasingly weaker job over time in allocating its additional revenues to providing protection against poverty in old-age.

September 7, 2001
C. Eugene Steuerle

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