Mr. Stephen J. Entin
1730 K Street, NW
BiographyIRET provides policy makers with objective analyses of the economic effects of public economic policy initiatives.
Advised the National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform (Kemp Commission) and wrote several of its support documents.
As deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Treasury Department, developed budget, tax and Social Security policy.
Academic BackgroundB.A.: Dartmouth College (Mathematics).
M.A.: University of Chicago (Economics).
Publications or Presentations"Time for Some Tax Incentives for Investment," IRET Congressional Advisory, No. 74, Sep. 4, 1998.
"There's No Economic Excuse for a Higher Cigarette Tax," IRET Briefing & Bulletin, No. 72, Apr. 30, 1998.
"Social Security Transition: Maximizing Economic Benefits," paper for the American Bar Ass'n Economic Advisory Committee Meeting, May 29, 1998.
Issue SpecialitiesTaxes and economic growth, fundamental tax reform, Social Security, retirement saving, federal budget, monetary policies, health-care reform, international economics and trade, social cost and regulation.
Calvert IndexTaxation/Budget/Economic Policy
Health Care/Workers' Compensation