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Thomas Proposal to Suspend the Taxation of Unemployment Benefits Would Provide No Immediate Stimulus and Favor Higher-Income Unemployed Workers over Lower-Income Workers
Wendell Primus, Robert Greenstein, and Nicholas Johnson
15K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 4pp.

Fact Sheet: The Centrist Coalition's Disappointing Stimulus Proposal
John Springer
9K-HTML, 31K-PDF, 2pp.

Increase in Unemployment Over Past 12 Months Exceeds Increase During Any 12-Month Period of the Last Recession
Wendell Primus and Jessica Goldberg
18K-HTML, 28K-PDF, 2pp.

The Disappearing Surplus
Richard Kogan and Robert Greenstein
7K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 1pp.

Survey Shows Most States Would Not Use Unemployment Insurance Funds They Would Receive under House Stimulus Bill To Expand or Extend Unemployment Benefits
Wendell Primus
7K-HTML, 28K-PDF, 2pp.

Number of Individuals Exhausting Unemployment Insurance Benefits Already Up Sharply
Isaac Shapiro
32K-HTML, 31K-PDF, 3pp.

Unemployment Insurance as Economic Stimulus
Peter Orszag
9K-HTML, 35K-PDF, 2pp

Strengthening Unemployment Benefits Would Be Much More Effective in Saving Jobs than Most Corporate Tax Cuts
Peter Orszag
9K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 2pp.

Fact Sheet: Where Has All the Surplus Gone?
John Springer
7K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 2pp.

The Administration's Stimulus Proposal: Is it a Sound and Balanced Package?
Robert Greenstein and Joel Friedman
Revised 11/6/01
50K-HTML, 70K-PDF, 9pp.
pub. # 01-178, $3.00

Where Has All the Surplus Gone?
Richard Kogan
46K-HTML, 89K-PDF, 11pp.
pub. # 01-196, $4.00

How Much Unemployment Assistance Is Provided under the Bill the Ways and Means Committee Has Approved?
Wendell Primus
43K-HTML, 56K-PDF, 10pp.
pub. # 01-189, $3.00

How Large are the Appropriations Funding Increases Agreed to by Congress and The President?
Richard Kogan
25K-HTML, 37K-PDF, 4pp.
pub. # 01-183, $3.00

Statement of Joseph Stiglitz at Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Press Conference
17K-HTML, 78K-PDF, 5pp

Fact Sheet: The Administration's Stimulus Proposal: Is it a Sound and Balanced Package?
John Springer
10K-HTML, 72K-PDF, 2pp

Observations on a Stimulus Package
Robert Greenstein
15K-HTML, 38K-PDF, 4pp.
pub. # 01-176, $3.00

Non-Defense Appropriations and the Congressional Budget Plan
Richard Kogan
30K-HTML, 87K-PDF, 6pp.
pub. # 01-161, $3.00

CBO Projects Near-Term Deficits Outside Social Security
Joel Friedman and Richard Kogan
Revised 9/10/01
31K-HTML, 87K-PDF, 7pp.
pub # 01-156, $3.00

Special Report Series: Analyses of OMB Mid-Session Review

The Disappearing 2001 Surplus: Tax Cuts, Budget Increases, and the Economy
Richard Kogan and Robert Greenstein
Revised 8/28/01
59K-HTML, 60K-PDF, 9pp.
pub # 01-155, $3.00

Budget Effectively Drops Administration Initiatives Promised in Campaign to Help Strengthen Families and Assist At-Risk Children
Wendell Primus and Robert Greenstein
7K-HTML, 26K-PDF, 2pp.
pub # 01-153, $3.00

Administration Mid-Session Estimates Exclude Likely Costs, Inflate Ten-Year Surplus Estimates by $800 Billion or More
Joel Friedman
25K-HTML, 44K-PDF, 6pp.
pub # 01-154, $3.00

Administration Removes Funding from Budget for Must-Pass Tax Item it Says it Still Supports: Omission Needed to Avoid Showing Budget Dipping into Social Security Trust Fund in 2002
Robert Greenstein
4K-HTML, 25K-PDF, 1pp.
pub # 01-152, $3.00

House Passing Additional Tax Cuts Without Offsets
5K-HTML, 24K-PDF, 1pp.
pub # 01-134F, no charge

How Realistic Are the Discretionary Funding Levels in the President's Budget and the Congressional Budget Resolution?
Cynthia Perry and Richard Kogan
53K-HTML, 54-HTML, 8pp.
pub # 01-136, $3.00

Administration Critique of Center Analysis Does Not Withstand Scrutiny
Robert Greenstein and Peter Orszag
16K-HTML, 35K-PDF, 4pp.
pub # 01-135, $3.00

Social Security and the Tax Cut: The 75-year Cost of the Tax Cut Is More than Twice As Large as the Long-term Deficit in Social Security
Peter Orszag, Richard Kogan, and Robert Greenstein
32K-HTML, 55K-PDF, 6pp.
pub # 01-133, $3.00

House To Consider Additional Tax Cuts Without Offsets
Joel Friedman, Sam Elkin, and Richard Kogan
43K-HTML, 57K-PDF, 10pp.
pub # 01-134, $3.00

Fact Sheet: How Much of The Surplus Remains After The Tax Cut?
John Springer, Robert Greenstein, and Richard Kogan
13K-HTML, 32K-PDF, 2pp.
01-115F, no charge

How Much of The Surplus Remains After The Tax Cut?
Richard Kogan, Robert Greenstein, and Joel Friedman
Revised 6/27/01
48K-HTML, 63K-PDF, 10pp.
01-115, $3.00

As a Share of the Economy and the Budget, U.S. Development and Humanitarian Aid Would Drop to Post-WWII Lows in 2002
Isaac Shapiro
Press Release: 13K-HTML, 35K-PDF, 3pp.
Full Report: 68K-HTML, 62K-PDF, 14pp.
01-119, $4.00

Under President's Budget, Education Funding Would Grow 5.3 Percent - The Claimed 11.5 Percent Increase is a Distortion
Richard Kogan
Revised 4/24/01
69K-HTML, 99K-PDF, 6pp

Budget Request for WIC is Insufficient Budget Would Likely Cause More Than 100,000 of Children to Be Turned Away
Robert Greenstein
Revised 4/24/01
23K-HTML, 26K-PDF, 6pp

The Emergency Reserve and the Administration's Budget
Robert Greenstein
8K-HTML, 73K-PDF, 2pp

The Myth of the 4 Percent Spending Increase: A Closer Look Shows the Bush Budget Cuts Domestic Appropriations
Richard Kogan
Revised 4/11/01
29K-HTML, 30K-PDF, 8pp.
Fact sheet: 6K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 1pp.

Is Education the Administration's Top Budget Priority?
Robert Greenstein
32K-HTML, 37K-PDF, 6pp.

Following the Money: the Administration's Budget Priorities
Robert Greenstein
Revised 4/3/01
Full Report: 79K-HTML, 81K-PDF, 15pp.
Fact sheet: 18-HTML, 24K-PDF, 5pp

The Budget Plan Reported by the House Budget Committee: Some Key Aspects
Richard Kogan and James Sly
Revised 3/30/01
38K-HTML, 78K-PDF, 7pp

House Ways and Means Action to Date Adds $300 Billion to Cost of Administration's Tax Cuts
Joel Friedman, Richard Kogan, and James Sly
21K-HTML, 79K-PDF, 5pp

In Bush Budget, Tax Cuts for Top One Percent Are Larger than Health, Education, and All Other Initiatives Combined
Robert Greenstein and Richard Kogan
3/2/01. 3pp.

The Administration's Budget: Gaps Between Rhetoric and Reality
Robert Greenstein, Richard Kogan, and Joel Friedman
3/1/01. 4pp.

The Administration's Budget Reserve: Do the Numbers Add Up?
Robert Greenstein, Richard Kogan, and Joel Friedman
3/1/01. 2pp.

Heritage Response to Center Analysis of Cost of Bush Tax Cut Does Not Withstand Scrutiny
Robert Greenstein and Joel Friedman
2/26/01. 9pp.

Taking Down the Toll Booth to the Middle Class? Myth and Reality Governing the Bush Tax Plan and Lower-income Working Families
Robert Greenstein and Isaac Shapiro
Revised 2/6/01.
35K-HTML, 48K-PDF, 9pp.

SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS? Projections of a Large Budget Surplus Are Surrounded by a High Degree of Uncertainty
Richard Kogan
2/6/01. 3pp.

CBO Assumes Faster Economic Growth than It Had Previously, and Therefore a Larger Ten-Year Surplus
Richard Kogan
Revised 1/31/01. 4pp.

What the New CBO Projections Mean: Can the New Surplus Projections Accommodate a Large Tax Cut?
Robert Greenstein and Richard Kogan
1/31/01. 14pp.
109K-HTML, 70K-PDF

AVAILABLE BUDGET SURPLUS IS SMALLER THAN MANY REALIZE: Concord Coalition and Brookings Experts Join in Releasing New Center Analysis
Robert Greenstein
1/8/01. 3pp.

Can the New Surplus Projections Accommodate a Large Tax Cut?
Robert Greenstein
1/4/01. 14pp.