Trump nominated a UMD finance professor for assistant secretary of the Treasury University of Maryland finance professor Michael Faulkender was nominated for assistant secretary of the Treasury for economic policy on Tuesday...
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SNIDER CENTER IN THE NEWS
Mar 22, 2018
Is America giving up on manufacturing entrepreneurs? Ed Snider Center Research Affiliate Vojislav Maksimovic co-authored this op-ed for The Hill with Meghana Ayyagari. Manufacturing, the way we knew it, is not coming back....
Dec 8, 2017
Assistant Professor of Finance in the R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland-College Park
Nov 22, 2017
N.J. lawmaker wants to crack down on non-compete clauses By Joe Hernandez | November 22, 2017 Read full article on WHYY. There should be tougher restrictions on companies that force potential employees or current workers to sign...
Oct 5, 2017
Donald Trump and congressional leaders’ latest plan for tax cuts is missing a lot of important details, but in a speech on Sept. 27 the president pointed to one clear objective: to get U.S. multinationals to bring some of the money they’ve stashed abroad back to the U.S. so “it can be put to work and work and work.” The plan would give companies a lower rate on built-up earnings—perhaps 10 percent rather than the current 35 percent—which they’d have to pay regardless of whether they repatriate money. Right now the money isn’t taxed unless it’s brought home.