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Tariffs Impact the Economy
Economic growth expert Matthew Rooney explains how tariffs impact the economy and consumer goods prices.
"Tariffs are bad, first and foremost, because they are just a tax. They add to the cost of things. A company that has to pay a tariff on an input simply raises the cost of what they are producing. In most cases, they are able to pass that cost to the consumer. In some cases, they have to bare that cost themselves or split it with the consumer. Bottom line: the cost of doing business increases and the profitability decreases." -Matthew Rooney
Can Free Trade Survive a Trade War?
The U.S vs. China trade war threatens to reverse years of progress toward free trade across the Pacific.
TARIFF-IED: United States and China
The United States and China are in a trade war. What does this mean for American businesses and consumers? How will these tariffs potentially unknit the global economy?
Domestic Excellence: A Look Back at 2018
As we look back on 2018, we celebrate some of the top moments from the Bush Institute’s work in domestic excellence.