Optimal Incentives to Domestic Investment in the Presence of Capital Flight
This paper develops a model of an open economy which employs distortionary taxes to finance public consumption, and with an access to the world capital market. The paper examines the efficiency of quantity restrictions on capital exports and the accompanying set of taxes. A distinction is made between a benchmark case where the government can fully tax foreign-source income and a more realistic case where the government cannot effectively tax foreign-source income.
|Date of creation:||Aug 1989|
|Publication status:||published as "Efficient Investment Incentives in the Presence of Capital Flight," Journal of International Economics, Vol. 31, pp. 171-181, (1991).|
|Note:||ITI PE IFM|
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