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Poland and Bulgaria Gas Cutoff: ‘Closing Time’ for Gazprom’s Eurozone Cash Flows
What would happen if Russian gas stopped flowing to Europe? After recent gas cutoffs to Poland and Bulgaria, other countries’ decision on gas imports from Russia need to represent a definitive, unifying statement that time for Russian dominance over EU gas imports is over, write the authors. Read the post on the Baker Institute Blog.  This article originally appeared in the Forbes blog on May 3, 2022.
Anna Mikulska, Kamila Pronińska May 3, 2022
A man closes his business due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 and the Texas Rainy Day Fund
In late July, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar delivered a bleak economic outlook for the state’s economy: the amount of general revenue funds available for the current biennium is expected to be $11.5 billion less than originally estimated. Should the state tap into its rainy day fund to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and facilitate a stable recovery?
Joyce Beebe November 4, 2020
Calculating taxes
Be a Good Sport (and Pay Your Taxes)
Public finance fellow Joyce Beebe examines a new approach that states have been exploring to secure additional revenue during the Covid-19 pandemic — imposing excise taxes on sports betting and daily fantasy sports. Baker Institute Blog: https://bit.ly/3jNT85Z
Joyce Beebe September 3, 2020