Tax Policy in the Real World

Author: Joel Slemrod
Price: $45.64


Non-technical discussion by leading economists and scholars, illustrating how the principles of tax analysis can be applied to real-world issues. 

Among the Topics addressed are the practical feasibility of Consumption tax alternatives to the current Income tax, the rationale and implications of devolution of fiscal responsibilities to State and local governments, the effect of tax policy on economic growth, and the value of local tax incentives designed to attract and retain business. Articles are taken from the Symposium series of the National Tax Journal from 1993 to 1998.

Table of Contents

1. The Real World of Tax Policy Joel Slemrod
2. Federal Tax Reform Jane G. Gravelle, Peter Birch Sørensen, John L. Mikesell, Matthew N. Murray and Martin D. Ginsburg
3. Federalism and Subfederal Taxes Richard M. Bird, Edward M. Gramlich, Wallace E. Oates, John M. Quigley, Daniel L. Rubinfeld, Steven D. Gold, Andrew Reschovsky, Helen F. Ladd, John Yinger, William H. Oakland, Paul N. Courant and Timothy J. Bartik
4. Principles, Politics, and the Professors Alan J. Auerbach, R. Glenn Hubbard, Eric Engern, Jonathan Skinner, Jonas Agell, Peter Englund, Jan Södersten, Alan J. Auerbach, James Alm, Louis Kaplow, Randall G. Holcombe, Walter Hettich, Stanley Winer, James Poterba, Joel Slemrod, William G. Gale and Michael Keen

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