Policy Reports

NCPA studies generally break new ground on policy issues. A study seeks to cast new light on an issue and to stimulate policy-makers and others to think of new, innovative solutions to the problems associated with the issue. Studies may combine several elements of analysis, including original research, reviews of academic literature, creative approaches for solving public policy problems, and economic modeling.

What Is Increasing the Cost of Generic Drugs? (Part II: Regulatory and Legal Reasons)
Reforming Medicare with Personal Accounts, Incentives and Better Plan Design
What Is Increasing the Cost of Generic Drugs? (Part I: The Supply Chain)
Out of Gas: The Highway Trust Fund
How Corporations Are Taxed
Federal Transportation Reform

The federal law governing surface transportation policy is up for renewal in 2015, presenting an opportunity for the House and the Senate to create a more free-market-oriented transportation policy. T…

Reforming Obamacare: How Congress, and the President, Can Win after King v. Burwell

The U.S. Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell, the lawsuit which asserts tax credits currently being paid to health insurers in 34 to 37 states that use the federal health insurance exchange (hea…

Not All Disabilities Are Alike: Implementing a Rating System for SSDI

Despite today’s workplace accommodations for the disabled, improved diagnoses and treatments, and less physically demanding jobs, the number of individuals receiving disability payments has increased…