Alex Brill joined i24 News’ Natasha Kirtchuk on “Global Eye” to discuss the cargo ship blocking the Suez Canal, and the trade impacts felt around the world.
Alex Brill recently joined James Pethokoukis on AEI’s Political Economy Podcast to discuss the potential economic impacts of spending initiatives in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MGA founder and CEO Alex Brill recently appeared on The Hill event Virtually Live to discuss how complex generic medical alternatives can impact and potentially enhance the American healthcare system. In this interview, Brill talks with The Hill moderator Steve Clemons about the MGA report outlining the potential savings from accelerating US approval of complex generics.
Alex Brill recently joined Garrett Ballengee, founding executive director of the Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy, on their podcast “Forgotten America.” In this fascinating interview, Brill discusses the economic impacts of the opioid crisis in America, noting that the epidemic is no longer just an Appalachian problem.
“We want the program to work and I think that sadly what we’re seeing is that the program is working quite well. And I say sadly because we are seeing tens of millions of people process through that system and we’re going to continue to see that I think for the next few weeks as the backlogs in certain states get worked through…”
In anticipation of the December jobs report number being released later in the morning, Brill joins the morning news program to discuss his predictions that the number “will be right on the quarterly trend.”
“I advocate and support a carbon tax, but not just blindly, not just any carbon tax. It is critically important that the carbon tax be revenue neutral. That at the time at which this policy is put in place its done in a matter in which the revenues expected to be generated from the carbon tax are used to reduce other taxes that are more distortionary. This is what we would call the principles of basic tax reform.”
“I think its a solid [GDP] number. Obviously the inventory piece creates a little bit of volatility and the investment numbers are a disappointment, but not a surprise. Overall we see a strong consumers. On the Fed, I would agree with Austin. What the Fed has to do now more than ever is try to block out the political noise, focus on the data and make the best call to boost their credibility or sustain their credibility.”
Today, Brill discusses President Trump’s potential appointment options for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.