Agostini, Claudio; Tulayasathien, Soraphol D.
June 2004
Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Taxation;2004, p208
Conference Proceeding
Discusses the influence of corporate income taxes on the investors' decisions about the location of foreign direct investments in the U.S. Effects of income growth and employment; Correlation between corporate taxes and some unobserved determinants of the determinant for investment location; Problem using instrumental variables for the tax rate in the demand equation.


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