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Brookings Symposium On Business Tax Reform

Brookings Symposium on Business Tax Reform: Alan Auerbach (UC-Berkeley), Demystifying the Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax Martin Feldstein (Harvard), Options for Corporate Tax Reform, 2017 Gita Gopinath (Harvard), A Macro Perspective on Border Taxes James Hines (Michigan), Business Tax Burdens and Tax Reform The U.S. corporate tax rate is one of...
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