7 edition of The Effects of taxation on capital accumulation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Martin Feldstein.|
|Series||A National Bureau of Economic Research project report|
|Contributions||Feldstein, Martin S.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2305 .E29 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 490 p. :|
|Number of Pages||490|
|LC Control Number||86025025|
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Research on capital formation has long been a major focus of studies sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research because of the crucial role of capital accumulation in the process of economic growth. The papers in this volume examine the influence of taxes on capital formation, with specific focus on the determinants of saving and the process of investment in plant and equipment.
Get this from a library. The Effects of taxation on capital accumulation. [Martin S Feldstein;] -- Compilation of fourteen individual papers that were prepared as part of an ongoing study of the effects of taxation on capital accumulation that is being carried out at the National Bureau of.
Capital accumulation (also termed the accumulation of capital) is the dynamic that motivates the pursuit of profit, involving the investment of money or any financial asset with the goal of increasing the initial monetary value of said asset as a financial return whether in the form of profit, rent, interest, royalties or capital aim of capital accumulation is to create new fixed and.
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Introduction to "The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation" Martin Feldstein. Chapter in NBER book The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation (), Martin Feldstein, editor (p. 1 - 6) Published in by University of Chicago Press. Capital Gains Rates, Realizations, and Revenues: Lawrence B.
Lindsey (p. 69 - ) (bibliographic info) 4. The Effects of Tax Rules on Nonresidential Fixed Investment: Some Preliminary Evidence from the s: Martin Feldstein, Joosung Jun (p.
- ) (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version) 5. More about this item Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS.
Martin Feldstein, "Introduction to "The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation"," NBER Chapters, in: The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Steven F.
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Book Review. The effects of taxation on capital accumulation, edited by Martin Feldstein. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press,pp. NPA cloth. Joseph J. Minarik. Joseph J. Minarik is Senior Research Associate, The Urban institute.
Search for more papers by this : Joseph J. Minarik. The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation: Capital Gains Rates, Realizations, and Revenues Article July with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads'. While dynamic inconsistency may arise in other taxation settings, the nature of capital accumulation makes it central in the case of capital income taxation.
An interesting question, on which there has been relatively little research, is the extent to which governments impose the capital levies predicted for time-consistent policies.
CasualFile Size: KB. Foundations of Supply-Side Economics: Theory and Evidence is composed of a series of papers containing both theoretical and empirical analyses of a set of issues in government fiscal policy.
The type of analysis employed in the book is standard neoclassical economics, and this analysis is used to study the macroeconomic incentive effects of.
The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation: Iras and Saving the rate of accumulation of capital is not invariant to the rate of inflation and that, for the constant relative risk aversion.
A wealth tax (also called a capital tax or equity tax) is a tax on an entity's holdings of includes the total value of personal assets, including cash, bank deposits, real estate, assets in insurance and pension plans, ownership of unincorporated businesses, financial securities, and personal trusts (an on-off levy on wealth is a capital levy).
This paper exploits the resulting variation across countries and over time to study the impacts of corporate taxation on fixed investment in the short run and on fixed capital accumulation in the long run.
These effects are important in assessing the welfare implications of taxes on corporate by: Growth Effects of Income and Consumption Taxes The effects of income and consumption taxation are examined in the context of models in which the growth process is driven by the accumulation of human and physical capi- tal.
The different channels through which these taxes affect economic growth are dis. the welfare consequences of not accounting for endogenous human capital accumulation are equivalent to around one percent of expected lifetime consumption, a majority of which are due to adopting too progressive of a tax policy.
JEL: E24, E62, H Key Words: Optimal Taxation, Capital Taxation, Progressive Taxation, Human Capital. The papers presented in Taxes and Capital Formation are accessible, nontechnical summaries of fourteen individual research projects within that study.
Complete technical reports on this research are published in a separate volume, The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation, also edited by. compute a summary measure of the distorting effects of taxation on capital accumulation, conventionally referred to as the marginal effective tax rate (hereafter referred to simply as the effective tax rate [ETR], as in AuerbachKing and Fullertonand Boadway, Bruce, and Mintz ).
TheFile Size: KB. ADVERTISEMENTS: Effects of Taxation on the Allocation of Resources. In an economy, the composition and pattern of production depend upon the allocation of resources.
Taxes tend to re-allocate resources among different industries and regions. ADVERTISEMENTS: When high taxes are imposed on some industries, then resources from the high-taxed industries will shift to the low-taxed industries. Discover the best Capital Accumulation books and audiobooks.
Learn from Capital Accumulation experts like UChicagoPress and UChicagoPress. Read Capital Accumulation books like The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation and Perspectives on the Economics of Aging for free with a free day trial. Some Effects of Taxes on Business and Financial Organizations To have some understanding as to how the process of shifting works out, the traditional marginal analysis-i.e., the partial analysis of firm and industry-is probably the only reasonably adequate tool we have.
Here. This important contribution to tax analysis presents seven related theoretical essays that examine the effects of capital income taxation on the behavior of firms. It is divided into three sections, focusing on optimal tax design, firm financial policy, and inflation.
Taken together, the essays demonstrate the powerful role taxes play in shaping the behavior of American corporations, and also. "The Effects of Income, Wealth, and Capital Gains Taxation on Risk-Taking," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol.
83(2), pages Joseph E. Stiglitz, " The Effects of Income, Wealth, and Capital Gains Taxation on Risk Taking," Cowles Foundation Discussion PapersCowles Foundation for Research in. Effects of Income Tax Changes on Economic Growth.
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series of tax-related articles sponsored by the Penn Wharton Budget Model and the Robert D. Burch Center at Berkeley. All of the articles in this series are forthcoming in a book by Oxford University Press, co-edited by Alan Auerbach and Kent : Wharton PPI.
THE EFFECTS OF TAXATION ON INVESTMENT: NEW EVIDENCE FROM FIRM LEVEL PANEL DATA** JASON G. CUMMINS* AND KEVIN A. HASSETT* "lu discrepancy between theory and e-Piriw work adequately explain the lack of invest-n perhaps nowhere in macroeconomics so obvious a.
in the case of the aggregate investment function, ment response to tax policy. Auerbach andFile Size: KB. The radical economist's book Capital in the Twenty-First century has angered the right with its powerful argument about wealth, democracy and.
this chapter. The third section focuses on the implications that taxation and capital accumulation imply for entrepreneurship. At least since John Stuart Mill’s Principles of Political Economy, economists have recog-nized that a tax on all income results in the double taxation of returns to savings (Mill,book.
Prior analyses of the incidence of capital taxation have assumed that the government budget is balanced and changes in capital taxes affect either other taxes, transfers, or government expenditures.
The general conclusion is that an increase in the capital tax rate will increase the gross-of-tax interest rate and decrease capital accumulation. This article examines the steady-state effects of Cited by: 4.
Taxation, savings, accumulation of capital. JEL D90, E21, H Capital Taxation: Principles, Properties and Optimal Taxation Issues 1 Introduction France, like many European countries, experienced a signi–cant deterioration in its pub-lic –nances due to the –nancial and economic crisis which began in Sincein.
An Essay on the Effects of Taxation on the Corporate Financial Policy George Contos, Internal Revenue Service The taxation of corporate profits in the United States has been one of the most widely discussed issues in the area of public finance.
Corporate revenues. Gravelle devotes two chapters to the first question, and then, in answer to the second question, covers a broad range of topics - corporate taxation, tax neutrality, capital gains taxes, tax treatment of retirement savings, and capital income taxation and international competitiveness.
Negative effects of US taxation Negative effects of US taxation Javier Portillo; Walter E. Block Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to criticize the current US tax system and explain in what ways taxation harms the economy. Taxes are coercive. Taxpayers are forced to pay individual income taxes.
If the taxpayer refuses, several adverse consequences will unfold against. "Anticipated Tax Changes and the Timing of Investment." A. Auerbach, co-author. In The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation, edited by M.
Feldstein, National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report. Chicago: University Chicago Press, then estate taxation reduces the accumulation of dynastic wealth by about 2 percent per year. In addition, capital income taxation during a person’s life reduces capital accumulation even further.
This effect is roughly an additional 1 percent per year, making the total drag of taxes about 3 percent per year. Let’s assume, however,File Size: KB.
incidence and welfare consequences of capital income taxes within a realistic life cycle model. The results suggest that the elimina-tion of capital income taxation would have very substantial economic effects. For exam-ple, a complete shift to consumption taxation might raise steady-state output by as much as 18 percent, and consumption by Similarly, direct tax like capital gains tax is apparently progressive in nature, as it greatly helps in minimising the gap of inequality in the distribution of income and wealth.
Above all, the transfer of wealth upon death is a point at which progressive taxation may achieve desirable effects. 1esearch on the impact of taxation on consumption and capital investment R 3 Impact of taxation regimes on capital flows and gross fixed capital formation 4 axation and consumption of consumer goods T 6 axation and public policy objectives T 7 2verview of taxation on File Size: 1MB.
Feldstein, Martin S., and Joosung Jun. “The Effects of Tax Rules on Nonresidential Fixed Investment: Some Preliminary Evidence from the s.” In Martin S. Feldstein, ed., The Effects of Taxation on Capital Accumulation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ʻthe capital.ʼ The chapters on taxation in Ricardoʼs book are ordered such that analyses of taxes reducing the power of capital accumulation receive more at-tention.
This also implies that it is essential for Ricardo to consider the effects of taxes on capital accumulation. Entrepreneurship, wealth inequality, and taxation The increases in capital accumulation and aggregate output—in both economies with There is a large literature studying the effects of taxation on entrepreneurship.
Gen-try and Hubbard (b, Section 2, pp. .The importance of capital goods for the production process cannot be overstated and any tax on capital discourages capital accumulation.
Should capital be taxed in the short term? What about the long term? The standard theory of optimal taxation argues that a tax system should maximize social welfare subject to a set of : Orphe Divounguy.on the effects of changes in corporate tax policy on the user cost of capital and subsequent investment.
Section 4 reports the results of applying estimates from these literatures to the.