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- The Transitional Costs of Sectoral Reallocation: Evidence From the Clean Air Act and the Workforce
- Top economists on whether we should tax capital income less than labor income
- Corporate Tax Reform: Is broadening the base and lowering the rate always a good idea?
- Apple, Avoidance, and Corporate Tax Incidence
- Valuing The Vote: Evidence from the Voting Rights Act of 1965
- Great Questions from Paul Krugman
- Do Higher Corporate Taxes Reduce Wages? Micro Evidence from Germany
- Local Economic Development, Agglomeration Economies and the Big Push: 100 Years of Evidence from the Tennessee Valley Authority
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Tag Archives: Budget
Jared Bernstein has a nice, but depressing chart on various revenue offers between Obama and Boehner.
See here for survey results
San Francisco – Proposition E: replaces SF payroll tax, which is based on the number of employees, to a gross receipts tax Favor: the payroll tax makes hiring people more expensive (since employers have to pay more taxes for every new … Continue reading
How much higher would taxes have to be to fund all state and local pension promises? ~1,400 per household per year
Robert Novy-Marx and Josh Rauh have a new NBER working paper out that suggests that filling the pension gap for state and local governments costs roughly ~1,400 per household every year. We calculate increases in contributions required to achieve full … Continue reading
Source: OMB Historical Tables 16.1. HT to David Wessell who shows this graph in Red Ink, which is a nice quick read