Chart of the Week

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Why an income tax is better for 80% of Alaska families than PFD cuts

Brad Keithley   December 3, 2021

In our day-to-day discussions about fiscal policy we often refer to a 2017 Anchorage Daily News story, written by then-ADN reporter Nat Herz. Under...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: What a distributional analysis tells us about HB 37

Brad Keithley   November 26, 2021

As regular readers of this column know, we believe it's essential to evaluate the distributional and economic impact of new revenue proposals...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Oil revenues aren’t only about oil prices

Brad Keithley   November 19, 2021

Whenever we write a column or post about “traditional” (which are mostly oil) revenues, some will always comment, “but what about production levels?” They...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Looking at the Alaska Legislature from another perspective

Brad Keithley   November 12, 2021

Some will recall that in an earlier column we looked at the impact of various fiscal options on Alaska families and the overall Alaska...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: A realistic look at the 10-year outlook

Brad Keithley   November 5, 2021

Last Friday the Department of Revenue (DOR) released a “PRELIMINARY Fall 2021 Revenue Forecast.” While unusual, publishing an additional, “preliminary” report is not without...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: The impact on Alaska families and economy of various fiscal options

Brad Keithley   October 29, 2021

At the federal level and in other states, the first question most ask when assessing a new revenue proposal is “where are the distributional...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Traditional revenues up… for now

Brad Keithley   October 22, 2021

We’ve always been a fan of the charts Steve Rattner uses on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to explain national issues. For the past few months...
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