Swedish and Swiss Fiscal-Rule Outcomes Contain Key Lessons for the United States
By John D. Merrifield, Barry W. Poulson
Two decades ago, Sweden and Switzerland took different paths to deal with their fiscal problems. Their experiences provide important lessons about taxation and spending the United States would do well to learn.
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|Summer 2002||Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public|
|Fall 2000||The School-Choice Choices|