Research Fellow in Agricultural Policy
Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Federal Budgetary Affairs
Senior Fellow in Economic Policy
Research Fellow, Tax and Economic Policy
Senior Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy
Policy Analyst, Transportation and Infrastructure
Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy
Herbert and Joyce Morgan Fellow
Research Fellow in Financial Regulations
Director, Roe Institute
Research Associate and Coordinator
Economic Fellow Romina Boccia discusses the looming government shutdown and the U.S.'s defaulted debts on Fox Business' 'The Willis Report'.
Research Fellow Diane Katz discusses energy and the coal industry on Fox Business' 'The Willis Report'.
Fellow Romina Boccia discussed some of the most absurd ways the federal government has been spending our tax dollars on Fox Business Network's 'Markets Now'.
Fellow Romina Boccia discusses Heritage's Morning Bell: '15 Pictures of Ridiculous Government Spending Guaranteed to Make You Mad' on Fox Business Network's 'The Willis Report'.
Senior Research Fellow James Gattuso discusses government transparency after the Obama administration's multiple scandals on Fox News' 'Special Report'.
Fellow Nick Loris discusses GE's interest in fracking on Fox Business Network's 'MONEY with Melissa Francis'.
Fellow Nick Loris discusses GE's $15 billion dollar investment in fracking on Fox Business Network's 'MONEY with Melissa Francis'.
Senior Policy Analyst Curtis Dubay discusses the benefits of a flat tax in the wake of the IRS scandal on Fox News' 'Fox & Friends'.
Senior Policy Analyst Curtis Dubay discusses how Apple was able to avoid paying billions in taxes on Fox Business Network's 'MONEY With Melissa Francis'.
Senior Policy Analyst Curtis Dubay discusses taxes on Fox Business' 'Markets Now'.
Roe Institute scholars publish research on a wide range of economic issues including fiscal policy, entitlements, federal spending, energy, environment, regulation, and tax policy. Policy emphasis is placed on limited government and free enterprise. Scholars frequently brief policymakers in Congress and are regularly sought as speakers on economic issues. The work of the Institute combines traditional, original policy research; innovative products such as the Budget Chart Book (http://www.heritage.org/budgetchartbook/); and ways to engage the public like the Fiscal Wake Up Tour (http://www.heritage.org/Multimedia/Video/2009/09/Concord-Coalition--Stuart-Butler-on-Fiscal-Wake-Up-Tour), an educational project of the Concord Coalition, The Heritage Foundation, and the Brookings Institution, or touring the site of the Gulf oil spill disaster (http://blog.heritage.org/2010/07/09/oil-spill-follies-bayou-myth-or-bureaucratic-red-tape/).
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