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Do taxes matter in the CAPM?

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  • Kruschwitz, Lutz
  • Löffler, Andreas

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In der Literatur zur Steuerwirkung des CAPM wurde bisher unterstellt, dass die Steuerzahlungen nicht an die Marktteilnehmer zurückverteilt werden. Diese Annahme ist unrealistisch. Wir lassen sie in diesem Modell fallen. Aus der allgemeinen Gleichgewichtstheorie ist bekannt, dass bei einem risikolosen Zinssatz rf=0 die Einführung einer Steuer keinen Einfluss auf die Preise hat. Wir zeigen, dass dieses Ergebnis bei Rückverteilung der Steuereinnahmen auch auf das CAPM übertragen werden kann und auch dann gilt, wenn die Investoren æ-s-Nutzenfunktionen mit konstanter absoluter Risikoaversion aufweisen.

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  • Kruschwitz, Lutz & Löffler, Andreas, 2009. "Do taxes matter in the CAPM?," arqus Discussion Papers in Quantitative Tax Research 73, arqus - Arbeitskreis Quantitative Steuerlehre.
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    2. Niklas Lampenius & Tobias Buerkle, 2014. "Arguments in Favour of Tax Neutral Cost Allocation," Abacus, Accounting Foundation, University of Sydney, vol. 50(3), pages 296-313, September.

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