Rating Tax Reform on Growth

Citation data:

The Economics of Tax Reform, Page: 31-53

Publication Year:
1988
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Repository URL:
http://research.upjohn.org/up_press/189; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/667; http://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/666; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/669; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/668; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/664; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/665
DOI:
10.17848/9780880995573.ch3; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch6; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch2; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch4; 10.17848/9780880995573; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch1; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch5; 10.17848/9780880995573.ch7
ISBN:
9780880995573; 9780880990547
Author(s):
Kotlikoff, Laurence J.
Publisher(s):
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Tags:
tax policy; budget deficit; fiscal policy; government debt; intergenerational transfer; economic debt; tax reform; taxation; Tax Reform Act; income tax; interstate distribution; state taxes; local taxes; economic growth; investments; corporate tax; poverty; working poor; income inequality; income disparity; family income; redistribution; LABOR MARKET ISSUES; LABOR MARKET ISSUES; UNEMPLOYMENT, DISABILITY, and INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS; Poverty and income support; EITC; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; Regional policy and planning; Business and tax incentives; Business; Taxation
book description
The contributors discuss the issuess of taxation and tax reform from diverse perspectives and show that tax reform is an ongoing process that doesn't end with the signing of a specific piece of legislation.