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Corporate Governance and Taxation

  • Mihir Desai

    (Harvard University and NBER)

  • Alexander Dyck

    (Harvard University)

  • Luigi Zingales

    (University of Chicago)

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Paper provided by American Law & Economics Association in its series American Law & Economics Association Annual Meetings with number 1093.

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