In Solutionomics, Chris Macke delivers innovative, specific solutions for achieving America’s economic potential. Macke’s solutions are based on delivering a better return on investment to the American taxpayer and small business owners—the backbone of the American economy.
Solutionomics addresses five key issues that will impact America’s economic future:
Winning the Game of Global Trade
Solutionomics reveals the twelve global trade myths keeping America from winning the game of global trade and the truths we should be basing our trade policy on instead.
Creating an Incentive-Based Corporate Tax Policy
Discover how making company tax cuts contingent on companies hiring more Americans and raising wages would generate stronger job and wage growth at a lower cost to American taxpayers.
Expanding the American Middle Class
Solutionomics outlines key ingredients to more efficiently grow the American middle class, including getting a better return our postsecondary education funding.
Reducing Financial Crises
Financial crises impede economic growth for years. Solutionomics details how to reduce the frequency and severity of financial crises creating a more reliable source of consumer and company loans.
Increasing Congressional Transparency and Accountability
Solutionomics outlines specific measures that would increase Congressional transparency and accountability.
You are a crucial ingredient in transforming the solutions into reality. Awareness leads to action. Tell your friends, coworkers, and family about the solutions you like. Post the solutions on your Facebook page, tweet them to your followers, or post them on Instagram. Call in to your favorite talk show or attend a town hall meeting asking the show host or candidate about the solutions.
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About the Author
He has advised the U.S. Federal Reserve providing market updates and analyzing impacts of monetary policy changes on asset valuations and market distortions. He has been a contributor to the Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District (colloquially known as The Beige Book). He has worked for Fortune 500 companies including General Electric as well as working for small businesses as well as advising one of the largest U.S. pension funds.
His perspectives on economic and employment growth, interest rates, investor sentiment, business investment, global trade, and the political environment have been used by firms in devising investment strategies. Macke most recently directed the research and formulated investment strategy for a ten-billion-dollar institutional investment manager analyzing economic trends, financial markets, and the political environment.
Macke earned a B.A. in political science focusing on political campaign strategy at the University of Southern California and an M.B.A. from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He has guest lectured at Harvard, Columbia, and Georgetown Universities.
He is a member of the National Association of Business Economists and the University of Southern California Economic Leadership Council. Macke has served on the boards of the Seattle, Chicago, and Indianapolis chapters of Big Brothers, Big Sisters and has been a Big Brother.
Table of Contents
Index of Solutions 9
Index of Global Trade Myths 19
Part 1 And Now for Something Very Different 27
Part 2 Solutions 45
Section I Creating an Incentive-Based Corporate Tax Policy 47
Section II Winning the Game of Global Trade 86
Section III Reducing Financial Crises 174
Section IV Expanding the American Middle Class 206
Section V Increasing Congressional Transparency and Accountability 253
You've Got the Power 289