Chart of the Week

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: There is no conflict between SB 26 and the PFD statute

Brad Keithley   September 30, 2022

One of the claims we sometimes hear from those seeking to rationalize legislative cuts in the statutory Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) is that there is a...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: “People who have money, they will leave 😱😱😱”

Brad Keithley   August 26, 2022

One of the criticisms we hear most often about this column is that we focus too much on the Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD). The...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: How much would “government take” from oil need to increase to balance the budget

Brad Keithley   August 19, 2022

In our column a couple of weeks ago we looked at how much oil production would need to increase to...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: The impact on Alaska families of broadening the funding base

Brad Keithley   August 12, 2022

Often when we look at the distributional impact of various Alaska funding options we use the analysis developed by the Institute on Taxation and...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: How much would production need to rise – and where – to balance the budget

Brad Keithley   August 5, 2022

Sometimes the inspiration for these weekly columns comes from comments made by readers. This week’s...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Replacing PFD cuts with taxes results in fairer revenues, not more spending

Brad Keithley   July 29, 2022

As even occasional readers are aware, these columns are often focused on a comparison of the impact on Alaska families and the overall economy...
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