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Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich

by Joel B. Slemrod

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Harvard University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government,
  • Industry & Industrial Studies,
  • Taxation,
  • Tax incidence,
  • Income Taxes,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Wealth tax,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Wealth,
  • Taxation - General,
  • Economics - Theory,
  • Business & Economics / Economics / Theory,
  • Income distribution,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages532
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7670294M
    ISBN 100674001540
    ISBN 109780674001541

    Tax the Rich? Efficiency, Equity, and Progressive Taxation, YALE L.J. () (reviewing DOES ATLAS SHRUG? THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF TAXING THE RICH (Joel B. Slemrod ed., )) (collection of papers by public finance economists addressingCited by: 4. In University of Michigan economist Joel Slemrod published Does Atlas Shrug?: The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich (Harvard University Press), a book in which he challenged the free.

    "Taxing Ourselves: A Citizen's Guide to the Debate Over Taxes" by Joel Slemrod and Jon Bakija covers the many different tax regimes from sales tax, to the Value Added Tax (VAT), to a flat tax, progressive tax, and regressive tax, and also looks at hybrids between them. This book was definitely not for me/5.   Taxing the super-rich: Sudhir Kapadia's view. ET NOW. Taxing the Rich is Sound Policy Mint. Collection Book Does Atlas Shrug?: The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich (Russell Sage. Luyohocayi. [Popular] Taxing the Rich: A History of Fiscal Fairness in the United States and Europe Paperback Does Atlas Shrug?: The.

    Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press for the Russell Sage Foundation. For working papers or unpublished manuscripts: Poterba, James M., and Andrew A. Samwick. Taxation and household portfolio composition: Evidence from the s and Size: KB. Taxes and Philanthropy Among the Wealthy (Joel Slemrod ed., ) (U. Mich. Office of Tax Policy Research, Working Papers Series No. ), (reprinted in Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich (Joel Slemrod ed., )) (with others).


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Does Atlas Shrug. will be of great interest to policymakers and interested citizens who want to know how much tax revenue could really be gained by increasing tax rates on the rich, or whether low capital gains tax rates really spur economic by:   In my view, the debate about the economic consequences of taxing the rich has obscured this fundamental normative question, and answering it is essential to assessing the merits and relevance of the findings contained in Slemrod's book.

THE ECONOMIC COST OF TAXING THE RICH: DOES ATLAS REALLY SHRUG. Slemrod's book is divided into three parts. Since the introduction of the income tax incontroversy has raged about how heavily to tax the rich. Notably absent from this debate is hard evidence about the actual impact of taxes on the behavior of the affluent.

This book presents evidence by leading economists of the effects of taxes on the formation of businesses, the supply of labor, the form of executive compensation, the.

Since the introduction of the income tax incontroversy has raged about how heavily to tax the rich. Opponents of high tax rates claim that heavy assessments have negative incentives on the productivity of some of our most talented citizens; supporters stress the importance of the rich shouldering their fair share, and decry the loopholes that permit many to escape/5(8).

The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich Edited by Joel B. Slemrod Since the introduction of the income tax incontroversy has raged about how heavily to tax the rich. Opponents of high tax rates claim that heavy assessments have negative incentives on the productivity of some of our most talented citizens; supporters stress the Format: Paperback.

The book also presents a history of efforts to tax the rich, a demographic snapshot of the financially affluent, and a road map to widely used tax-avoidance strategies. Does Atlas Shrug. will be of great interest to policymakers and interested citizens who want to know how much tax revenue could really be gained by increasing tax rates on the.

The Economics of Taxing the Rich Joel Slemrod. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in May NBER Program(s):Public Economics How much and how to tax high-income individuals is at the core of many recent proposals for incremental as well as fundamental tax reform.

Economic consequences of taxing the rich Related names. Slemrod, Joel. Subjects. Tax incidence — United States. Wealth tax — United States. Wealth — United States.

Income distribution — United States. Summary Contents. Get this from a library. Does atlas shrug?: the economic consequences of taxing the rich. [Joel Slemrod;] -- Since the introduction of the income tax incontroversy has raged about how heavily to tax the rich.

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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Does Atlas Shrug. will be of great interest to policymakers and interested citizens who want to know how much tax revenue could really be gained by increasing tax rates on the rich, or whether low capital gains tax rates really spur economic growth.

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Since the introduction of the income tax incontroversy has raged about how heavily to tax the rich. Book Review Why Tax the Rich. Efficiency, Equity, and Progressive Taxation Reuven S. Avi-Yonah† Does Atlas Shrug. The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich.

Edited by Joel B. Slemrod.∗ Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. $ In Greek mythology, Atlas was a giant who carried the world on his shoulders.

Book Review Why Tax the Rich. Efficiency, Equity, and Progressive Taxation Reuven S. Avi-Yonah† Does Atlas Shrug. The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich. Edited by Joel B.

Slemrod.∗ Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. $ In Greek mythology, Atlas was a giant who carried the world on his shoulders. THE ECONOMICS OF TAXING THE RICH “Does Atlas Shrug. The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich” begin to.

The book closes with a plea for an even more radical recasting of : Joel Slemrod. He is co-author of Taxing Ourselves: A Citizen's Guide to the Great Debate over Tax Reform and the editor of Does Atlas Shrug.

The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich. [5] Slemrod also serves as Director of the Office of Tax Policy Research, which is a research center at the University of Michigan on matters of tax mater: Princeton University (BA).

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. This Book Review is divided into three Parts. Part I summarizes the main findings of Does Atlas Shrug?, emphasizing their contribution to the debate on taxing the rich.

In general, those finding are inconclusive in regard to whether taxing the rich exacts an unacceptable economic by: 7. The marginal propensity to save (MPS) is the fraction of an increase in income that is not spent and instead used for is the slope of the line plotting saving against income.

For example, if a household earns one extra dollar, and the marginal propensity to save isthen of that dollar, the household will spend 65 cents and save 35 cents.Does Atlas Shrug?

The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich; Economic Effects of Fundamental Tax Reform; Encyclopedia of Taxation and Tax Policy; Failure of U.S.

Tax Policy: Revenue and Politics; Federal Taxation in America: A Short History; For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; Great American Tax Dodge.Reuven S.

Avi-Yonah, Why Tax the Rich? Efficiency, Equity, and Progressive Taxation, Yale L.J.() (reviewing Joel B. Slemrod, Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich ()) ("Most of the evidence for behavioral responses in the book relates to Author: David Gamage.