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What can we learn from Sweden’s carbon tax?

Protecting international competitiveness of domestic industries is a key challenge of implementing a domestic carbon tax, which would be addressed best by a border adjustment mechanism that equalizes the tax burden on imported and local goods.

October 29, 2020 • Shuting Pomerleau
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Podcasts
Political Science

INTERPRETING THE EARLY RESULTS OF THE 2020 ELECTION WITH MATT GROSSMANN AND G. ELLIOTT MORRIS

What will the 2020 election teach us about polling and politics? Join us on the afternoon following Election Day for the first ever live edition of the Science of Politics podcast.

October 29, 2020
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Commentary
Open Society
Political Science

Power-Hungry Presidents, Befouled Government

The transfer of policymaking from Congress to the president harms the public. The Framers assigned policymaking responsibility to the legislative process for a vital purpose: to soothe the factional feuds that had doomed every previous democracy and have flared in recent decades in our country.

October 28, 2020 • David Schoenbrod
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What can we learn from Sweden’s carbon tax?
By Shuting Pomerleau
INTERPRETING THE EARLY RESULTS OF THE 2020 ELECTION WITH MATT GROSSMANN AND G. ELLIOTT MORRIS
Power-Hungry Presidents, Befouled Government
By David Schoenbrod