Corporate Income Taxation Effects On Investment Decisions In The European Union
The link between investment decisions undertaken by economic agents and corporateincome (profit) taxation is well documented in theoretical studies realized so far. But, the empiricalevidence is very mixed and do not provide clear answers regarding the magnitude of the taxationeffects on investment and the proper transmission channels for these effects. So, we propose toinvestigate the effects of corporate income (profit) tax burden on investment decision for a samplecomposed from EU Member States.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 11 ()
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