Special Publications

The NCPA occasionally produces special publications, such as Briefing Books, Conference Proceedings and Copublications with other institutes. Studies by NCPA scholars published elsewhere are included by permission.

Economics of the 2016-2017 Debate Topic: U.S. Relations with China, Mixing Cooperation with Competition

There is no more important bilateral relationship than that between the United States and China. Yet the Congressional Research Service warns that ties have “become increasingly complex and often frau…

The Intergenerational Effects of the Trump Tax Plan
Antiquities and Conflict: Changing Military Strategy

Once treated as purely a criminal problem, the looting and sale of illicit antiquities has recently become matter of national security. The frequent contact between the U.S. military and non-state act…

Who benefits the most from Clinton and Trump’s tax plans?
The Economic Effects of Trump 2.0: The Candidate’s Updated Tax Proposal
Trump's Tax Plan Will Benefit All Income Groups, But the Most Benefits will Accrue to the Top Half of Income Earners
Donald Trump's Tax Plan under the NCPA's Model of the U.S. Economy
The Distributional Effects of the Clinton Tax Proposals