As part of a research project with Adam Rosensweig we examined a GAO report on U.S. companies using tax havens. The report finds that 83 of the largest U.S.
Rarely do two seemingly unrelated research projects come together. One of my areas of research is tax competition for foreign investment. The second is firm level corruption in developing countries.
Here are a few more investment incentive stories.
Georgia based carpet maker receives up to $100 million in incentives ($44,00 per job).
I’ve been working away on a book manuscript on investment incentives. For the loyal reader(s) of this blog, I’m sure you’re tired of this topic. But a friend of mine just emailed me some info about buying “unused” tax credits.
U.S. Film Tax Credits and other film and TV incentive program have been heavily criticized as wasteful government programs.
Blogging has been light due to vacation, end of semester, and preparing for our second child to arrive (late May...we hope).
The New York Times ran a series on investment incentives, including the Kansas City Border war. I’ve also
A paper by Leslie Robinson on how U.S. firms shape their foreign operations for tax purposes.
The Washington Post had a short article on the decline in corporate taxes paid by the Dow 30.