Taxing problem of interest rates
- The Tangible Effects of Economic Freedom. Walker, Michael // Fraser Forum;Nov2006, p8
The article reports on the levels of inflation rates and economic freedom. It cites the fact that real interest rates are so low at present. It asserts that the economic freedom of the citizens has been enhanced by banishing the inflation tax and its tangible effects have been realized in the...
- Comments and Discussion. Fand, David; Goldfeld, Stephen // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;1973, Issue 2, p473
Presents comments on an article about the relationship between interest rates and inflation. Discussion of the paper and its contents; Criticism.
- Analysis of Real and Nominal Interest Rates with Inflation for OECD Countries: Evidence from LM Unit Root Tests with Structural Breaks. Iskenderoglu, Omer // International Journal of Economics & Finance;Sep2011, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p130
This paper investigates the stationary characteristics of computed real interest rates with nominal interest rates and inflation for 22 OECD countries. Using quarterly data over the 2000 - 2010 period, LM unit root test is employed which endogenously determines up to two structural breaks in...
- KEY INDICATORS. // Latin Trade (English);Mar2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p60
Provides information on economic indicators for Latin American countries as of December 26, 2003. Inflation rate in Argentina; Interest rate in Bolivia; Dollar value in Brazil; Dollar reserves of Chile.
- Canada Attacks Prosperity. // National Review;6/30/1989, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p16
Criticizes the tax package recently passed by Canada's Conservative government that targets higher income families and large corporations. Projected impact on interest rates and inflation; Lesson seen for the U.S..
- Canada: Slowing expected. // OECD Observer;Dec2007/Jan2008, Issue 264/265, p45
The article presents an economic outlook for Canada as of 2008-2009. There is a prediction that the country's economy is expected to decelerate in the short term as lower internal demand and the marked currency appreciation damp activity. Growth is more likely to return rapidly once the effects...
- Raise taxes not inflation call by managers. // Management Services;Mar1991, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p8
Great Britain's managers are prepared to see taxes rise if it means inflation can be kept under control. In its Budget submission to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the British Institute of Management (BIM) says control of inflation must take precedence over any other political or economic...
- INFLATION AND THE INVESTING BORROWER. Everett, J.E. // Australian Journal of Management (University of New South Wales);Apr77, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p11
Abstract: The Mathews Committee report recommends that assets should be depreciable for tax purposes according to replacement cost rather than historic cost, to compensate for inflation. But there is a reverse side to the argument. Under the present taxation system, part of the interest expense...
- A Note on Inflation, Taxation and Interest Rates. Gahvari, Firouz // Southern Economic Journal;Jan85, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p874
It is concluded that, in general, neither the after-tax real interest rate nor the real cost of capital would remain unchanged in the presence of non-indexed inflation. In particular, and contrary to the statements that appear in the literature, restrictions in the monetary sector, such as...