Steuern die Steuern Unternehmensentscheidungen?
AbstractI discuss the theoretical and empirical underpinnings of recent and announced tax policy of the German government. In contrast to a popular view, I argue that German tax policy should focus less on growth and unemployment. Today, the central tasks of tax policy should be to stabilize fiscal revenue and promote income equalization. --
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