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Do Higher Corporate Taxes Reduce Wages? Micro Evidence from Germany

From Clemens Fuest, Andreas Peichl, and  Sebastian Siegloch: Because of endogeneity problems very few studies have been able to identify the incidence of corporate taxes on wages. We circumvent these problems by using an 11-year panel of data on 11,441 German … Continue reading

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2 Quick Takes on International Stories in the WSJ

1. Global Currency Tensions Rise Abe says Japan must defend “itself against attempts by other governments to devalue their currencies by ensuring the yen weakens as well.” I’m curious to see if the combination of these pressures in the US, … Continue reading

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