The Brookings Institution
Can we bribe employers to increase their payrolls? Many economists, including me, think we can and should, particularly when the job market is in the doldrums. The crucial question is how to design the bribe so it is as cheap and effective as possible.
Business; Economic growth; Economic policy; Growth through innovation; Industrial policy; Job creation; Labor; Tax incentives; United States
Business | Economic Policy | Economics | Growth and Development | Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation | Policy History, Theory, and Methods | Taxation
A Partial Remedy for an Ailing Job Market.
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