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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alan J Auerbach; James R Hines; Joel Slemrod
|Description:||xiii, 408 s. : ill.|
|Contents:||Contributors; Preface; 1. The effect of taxes on market responses to dividend announcements and payments: what can we learn from the 2003 dividend tax cut? Raj Chetty, Joseph Rosenberg and Emmanuel Saez; Comments Gustavo Grullon; Comments Douglas J. Skinner; 2. Dissecting dividend decisions: some clues about the effects of dividend taxation from recent UK reforms Stephen R. Bond, Michael P. Devereux and Alexander Klemm; Comments Roger Gordon; Comments James Poterba; 3. The 2003 dividend tax cuts and the value of the firm: an event study Alan J. Auerbach and Kevin A. Hassett; Comments William G. Gale; Comments George R. Zodrow; 4. How elastic is the corporate income tax base? Jonathan Gruber and Joshua Rauh; Comments Jane Gravelle; Comments Casey B. Mulligan; 5. An empirical examination of corporate tax noncompliance Michelle Hanlon, Lillian Mills and Joel Slemrod; Comments Joseph Bankman; Comments Brian Erard; 6. On the extent, growth, and efficiency consequences of state business tax planning Donald Bruce, John Deskins and William F. Fox; Comments William M. Gentry; Comments Charles E. McLure, Jr; 7. Corporate taxation and international competition James R. Hines Jr; Comments Jack M. Mintz; Comments John Douglas Wilson; 8. The changing role of auditors in corporate tax planning Edward L. Maydew and Douglas A. Shackelford; Comments Steven N. Kaplan; Comments Richard Sansing; 9. Taxation and the evolution of aggregate corporate ownership concentration Mihir A. Desai, Dhammika Dharmapala and Winnie Fung; Comments Jeffrey R. Brown; Comments Jeff Strnad; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Alan J. Auerbach, James R. Hines Jr., Joel Slemrod|
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