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- Corporate Tax Reform: Is broadening the base and lowering the rate always a good idea?
- Apple, Avoidance, and Corporate Tax Incidence
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- 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: Christy Romer
A recent paper from Christy Romer (via Greg Mankiw).
The NY Times has a nice feature that compares the Greek economy from 2007-2012 to that of the US from 1929-1934. Besides the disturbing similarity, the most notable feature of this figure is how different the government spending response has been. … Continue reading
The most successful of these studies focus on the variation in Recovery Act spending across states. Some of this variation resulted from differences in the recession’s severity. For example, there was much more spending on unemployment insurance in Michigan than … Continue reading