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Arthur Laffer
Arthur Betz Laffer (/ˈlæfər/; born August 14, 1940) is an American economist and author who first gained prominence during the Reagan administration as
Laffer curve
economics, the Laffer curve illustrates a theoretical relationship between rates of taxation and the resulting levels of government revenue. The Laffer curve assumes
Larry Laffer
Larry Laffer is a player character and the protagonist in the Leisure Suit Larry series of adventure video games, created by Al Lowe and Mark Crowe for
Arthur
politician Arthur Koestler (1905–1983), British writer Arthur Laffer (born 1940), American economist Arthur Lee (1945–2006), American musician Arthur Liebehenschel
Laffer
Laffer may refer to: laffer, Variety magazine slang for a comedy movie Arthur Laffer, US economist The Laffer curve, his economic theory Larry Laffer
Kansas experiment
(ALEC), supported by The Wall Street Journal, supply-side economist Arthur Laffer, and anti-tax leader Grover Norquist. The law cut taxes by US$231 million
Supply-side economics
Wanniski. Its use connotes the ideas of economists Robert Mundell and Arthur Laffer. Supply-side economics developed in response to the stagflation of the
Roger Ailes
Koch David Koch Charles Krauthammer Irving Kristol William Kristol Arthur Laffer Wayne LaPierre Mike Lee Mark Levin Rush Limbaugh Henry Cabot Lodge Dana
Back-of-the-envelope calculation
an envelope. The Laffer Curve, purporting to show the relationship between tax cuts and government income, was drawn by Arthur Laffer in 1974 on a bar
Reagan tax cuts
Recovery Act of 1981 Full Text of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 Arthur Laffer (June 1, 2004). "The Laffer Curve: Past, Present, and Future". Retrieved June 21,