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Taxation, Tax Policies and Income Taxes
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Editors: Warren J. Berube and Camron N. Pinto
Book Description:
Tax policy is the government's approach to taxation. An income tax is a tax levied on the financial income of people, corporations, or other legal entities. Various income tax systems exist, with varying degrees of tax incidence. Among the topics discussed in this book include the tax deduction policy, which has a strong impact on residential mobility, and the proportional hazard model which investigates the effect of the income tax deduction policy in Japan that influences residential moves. This book also empirically investigates the tax-evasion induced saving hypothesis, which holds that at least some portion of the population engages in tax evasion and that tax evasion itself induces at least some increase in aggregate saving. Also examined are the general equilibrium effects of tax policies when there is a mandated minimum wage, the extension of the neoclassical growth model with productive public capital, and the causes and consequences of various types of property tax limitations are reviewed.


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Table of Contents:
Preface

Communications Convergence And Tax Policy;pp. 1-13
(M. Hosein Fallah, Associate Professor, Telecommunications and Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ)

The Tax-Evasion Induced Saving Hypothesis, with Preliminary Empirical Evidence;pp. 15-24
(Richard J. Cebula, Armstrong Atlantic State University)

Inefficiency of Independent Tax Systems: A Case Study using the U.S.-Japan Automobile Industry;pp. 25-48
(Molly Sherlock, Akinori Tomohara, Anderson Graduate School of Management University of California, Los Angeles)

Does FIN 48 Benefit the Tax Authorities through an Increase in Taxpayer Compliance?;pp. 49-75
(Akinori Tomohara, Sangjik Lee, Ho Jin Lee, Anderson Graduate School of Management
University of California, Los Angeles, and others)

The Economic Considerations of Subchapter S Corporations;pp. 77-88
(Richard Cummings, Russ Kashian, Peter Westort, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, and others)

Property Tax Limits: A Review of the Causes in Consequences in Light of New York State’s Proposal;pp. 89-98
(Akinori Tomohara, Molly Sherlock, Department of Economics, Skidmore College)

All I Know about Money I Learned in Kindergarten:
The Piggy Bank System of Decision-Making;pp. 99-113
(Valrie Chambers, Texas A&M University of Corpus Christi and Marilyn Spencer, Texas A&M University of Corpus Christi)

Does Introducing Income Tax Deduction System Linked to Capital Losses Increase Homeowners' Mobility in Japan?;pp. 115-122
(Miki Seko & Kazuto Sumita)

The Italian Income Tax System. How did Recent Reforms Affect Labor Supply Decision and Redistribution?;pp. 123-141
(Valentino Parisi, University of Cassino and Mariangela Zoli, University of Tor Vergata)

Taxes, Minimum Wage, and the Dispersion of Wages;pp. 143-169
(Alok Kumar, Department of Economics, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada)

Implementation of tax cuts through efficient recompositions of government spending in a neoclassical growth model;pp.171-199
(Rafaela Perez, Jesus Ruiz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Campus de Somosaguas, and others)

Can corporate taxation be explained by limited liability?;pp. 201-205
(Anton Miglo, University of Guelph, Department of Economics, Guelph, Ontario, Canada)

Index pp.207-214

   Series:
      Monetary, Fiscal and Trade Policies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010 1st Quarer
   Pages: 7 x 10, 214pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-626-5
   Status: AV
  
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