Inversión Privada e Impuestos Corporativos: Evidencia para Chile
Using annual data from Chile since the beginning of the eighties, we show that an increase in the corporate tax reduces firm's investment. However the impact differs across firm size. In small and medium firms, investment as a fraction of the capital stoc
Volume (Year): 42 (2005)
Issue (Month): 126 ()
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