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Decomposing the welfare costs of capital tax distortions
|Statement||Bob Hamilton, Jack Mintz, John Whalley.|
|Series||NBER working papers series -- working paper no. 3628, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3628.|
|Contributions||Mintz, Jack M., Whalley, John., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Issued in February NBER Program(s):Public Economics Program. Get this from a library. Decomposing the Welfare Costs of Capital Tax Distortions: the Importance of Risk Assumptions.
[John Whalley; Bob Hamilton; Jack Mintz; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- This paper analyzes the implications of alterative risk assumptions for estimates of the distorting effects of the corporate tax in Canada. Bob Hamilton & Jack Mintz & John Whalley, "Decomposing the Welfare Costs of Capital Tax Distortions: The Importance of Risk Assumptions," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberwo Note: PE. The Welfare Cost of Distortions in the United States Tax System: A General Equilibrium Approach Charles L. Ballard, John B. Shoven, John Whalley. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in December NBER Program(s):Public Economics Program.
welfare costs in the stochastic and deterministic environments. As the tax rate increases, the discounting eﬀect increasingly dominates the insurance eﬀect, thus reducing the interest rate used to discount future distortions and raising the welfare cost. The intuition for the increasingly dominant discounting e ﬀect is as follows.
The piece points out the rules for Iowa’s cash welfare program (Family Investment Program): “A parent with two children must have income below $5, annually in. One example of how inflation discourages saying is the tax treatment of capital gains-the profits made by selling an asset for more than its purchase price.
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bDepartment of Economics, George Washington University, G Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. & Congressional Budget O¢ ce, Macroeconomic Analysis Division.
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These costs vary also with the tax considered. For the UK, Godwin () finds administrative costs of% of collected taxes for corporate taxation, to be compared with % for personal income tax and social security contributions, % for VAT,% for customs duties, and% for taxes on fuels.
For the Netherlands, de Kam () findsFile Size: KB. The cost of government: how taxes affect economic health and social well-being Joseph Eugene Mcphail Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theEconomics Commons.
Recent work emphasizes the efficiency costs of tax deductions that distort the pattern of household spending.
Using evidence on the sensitivity of taxable income to tax rates, this work suggests that the marginal welfare cost (MWC) of income taxes in the United States could be dramatically higher because of tax deductions, and might exceed by: welfare costs of distortions in the U.S.
tax system: A general equilib-rium approach. Working paper no. National Bureau of Eco-nomic Research. General equilibrium computations of the marginal welfare costs of taxes in the United States. American Economic Review 75 (March).
Beck, John H. of reality. Assuming a single capital stock ignores distinctions between structures and equipment. We will assume true economic deprecia-tion, whereas the tax code's rules for depreciation discriminate among different types of capital.2 We will generally ignore capital input distortions generated by the U.S.
tax code, a central focus of. see B. Hamilton, J. Mintz, and J. Whalley, “Decomposing the Welfare Costs of Capital Tax Distortions: The Importance of Risk Assumptions,” NBER.
At the same time, the literature is surprisingly silent about the magnitude of possible efficiency costs of a departure from tax neutrality. Against this background, the present paper discusses the theory of capital structure and provides back-of-the-envelope calculations of the possible efficiency cost of a tax distortion of the debtequity Cited by: Distortions originating from income shifting between capital and labour sources, profit shifting across jurisdictions, the effects of taxation on business location and foreign direct investment are the major sources of distortions.
JEL Code: H Keywords: corporate taxation, distortions, tax efficiency. Gaёtan Nicodème European Commission.The welfare cost of capital income taxation is analyzed in a general equilibrium framework, where the private sector is represented by a competitive household endowed with perfect foresight and an infinite life.
The value of the welfare cost depends essentially on the elasticity of substitution between capital and labor in the production by: