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Advances in Taxation Vol: 4

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27 Sep 1992
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
291 pages - 150 x 230 x 20mm
Advances in Taxation


This fourth volume is part of a series which serves as a research annual for the publication of academic tax research. Topics discussed in this title include: the relationship between Pac contributions and industry income tax burdens; and potential bias in the US tax court.
The relationship between Pac contributions and industry income tax burdens - an empirical analysis, Arthur D. Cassill; the taxpayer's dilemma - how hard to work and what to report?, Julie H. Collins, Daniel P. Murphy and R. David Plumlee; a multiple time series analysis of the impact of the research and development tax credit, Glenn S. Freed, Charles W. Swensopn and Michael L. Moore; effectiveness of tax loss carryover utilization - the case of property-liability insurance companies, Elizabeth V. Grace; an analysis of tax reform based on taxpayers' perceptions of fairness and self-interest, Peggy A. Hite and Michael L. Roberts; an analysis of tax legislation affecting disabled taxpayers, Marc J. LeClere and Paul A. Shoemaker; capital structure and the Tax Reform Act of 1986 - incentives and corporate reactions, James E. Parker; some evidence on the association between judgement criteria and fairness perceptions, Thomas M. Porcano and Charles E. Price; potential application of civil tax penalties for under valuation of assets - evidence and policy analysis, Michael L. Roberts and Ted D. Englebrecht; analogy and tax problem solving, Gary Marchant et al; potential bias in the United States tax court, L. Murphy Smith, B. Anthony Billings and D. Larry Crumbley; an empirical analysis of passive state individual income tax expenditures, Kevin T. Stevens.

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