Business and Job Creation
Want a thriving economy? The Goldwater Institute knows that best business climate is one where low taxes and minimal regulation benefit all employers – not one where subsidies and special tax breaks offer an advantage to a chosen few. When a government agency can decide which businesses to favor, it opens the door for the misguided pursuit of investment fads or, at worst, the potential for corruption and abuse. Our research offers sound policies for government, and we’re not afraid to fight when we see bad ideas that put taxpayers at risk.
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Report: Income gains erodingPosted on September 10, 2006 | Type: In the News | Author: Anna Sowa
For Larry Browning, health insurance is the most consistent and most frustrating cost of his business.
Consumer Shake-downPosted on August 31, 2006 | Type: Blog | Author: Noah Clarke
Anti-big box regulations are bad economic policy
Darcy Olsen on KJZZPosted on August 02, 2006 | Type: Audio
Darcy Olsen joins KJZZ's Morning Edition to talk about Arizona's investment in biotech science.
Improving Mexico's Economy: Learn Wealth BuildingPosted on July 31, 2006 | Type: In the News
Labor activist Dolores Huerta was criticized for telling students at a Tucson Magnet High School assembly that "Republicans hate Latinos, OK?" Clearly, her small-minded partisan drivel has no place in an educational setting. But that wasn't really the worst of her speech.
Plan would kill jobsPosted on July 06, 2006 | Type: Op-Ed | Author: Matthew Ladner
Opinion polls demonstrate strong support for a state minimum wage. The idea appeals to an innate sense of fairness. We don't like the idea that people can work hard, play by the rules and still be poor. Advocates argue that raising the minimum wage creates a more just society by reducing poverty.