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April 2011Capping Individual Tax Expenditure Benefits
with Martin Feldstein, Maya MacGuineas: w16921
November 2003The Alternative Minimum Tax and Effective Marginal Tax Rates
with James Poterba: w10072
April 2000The Significance of Federal Taxes as Automatic Stabilizers
with Alan J. Auerbach: w7662
February 2000The Income and Tax Share of Very High Income Households, 1960-1995
with James M Poterba: w7525
January 1997Distributional Effects of Adopting a National Retail Sales Tax
with Andrew W. Mitrusi, James M. Poterba: w5885
Distributional Effects of Adopting a National Retail Sales Tax
with Andrew W. Mitrusi, James M. Poterba
in Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 11, James M. Poterba, editor
January 1996The Taxation of Two-Earner Families
with Martin Feldstein
in Empirical Foundations of Household Taxation, Martin Feldstein and James Poterba, editors
The Effect of Increased Tax Rates on Taxable Income and Economic Efficiency: A Preliminary Analysis of the 1993 Tax Rate Increases
with Martin Feldstein
in Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 10, James M. Poterba, editor
November 1995The Effect of Increased Tax Rates on Taxable Income and Economic Efficiency: A Preliminary Analysis of the 1993 Tax Rate Increases
with Martin Feldstein: w5370
July 1995Improving the Accessibility of the NBER's Historical Data
with Jeffrey A. Miron: w5186
June 1995The Taxation of Two Earner Families
with Martin Feldstein: w5155
April 1995Recent Developments in the Marriage Tax
with Harvey S. Rosen: w4705
June 1993Income Inequality and the Incomes of Very High Income Taxpayers: Evidence from Tax Returns
with James Poterba: w4229
January 1993Income Inequality and the Incomes of Very High-Income Taxpayers: Evidence from Tax Returns
with James M. Poterba
in Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 7, James Poterba, editor
August 1992The Risk and Duration of Catastrophic Health Care Expenditures
with Jonathan Skinner: w4147
July 1992Which Households Own Municipal Bonds? Evidence From Tax Returns
with James M. Poterba: w3900
February 1991Is There A Regional Bias in Federal Tax Subsidy Rates for Giving?
with Charles T. Clotfelter: w2564
February 1990The Impact of the 1986 Tax Reform Act on Personal Saving
with Jonathan Skinner: w3257
January 1990Who Benefits from Capital Gains Tax Reductions?
with Lawrence H. Summers
in Tax Policy and the Economy: Volume 4, Lawrence H. Summers, editor
November 1989Testing the Rationality of State Revenue Forecasts
with William Gentry, David Gilroy, Harvey S. Rosen: w2628
October 1989Promises, Promises: The States' Experience With Income Tax Indexing
with Harvey S. Rosen: w2712
February 1989Sources of IRA Saving
with Jonathan Skinner: w2845
July 1988A Note on Revenue Forecasting During the Dukakis Administration
with Harvey S. Rosen: w2667
October 1987Tax Structure and Public Sector Growth
with Harvey S. Rosen: w2020
July 1987State Personal Income and Sales Taxes: 1977-1983
with Harvey S. Rosen: w1631
September 1986The Deductibility of State and Local Taxes: Impact Effects by State and Income Class
with Harvey S. Rosen: r0755
July 1986The Deductibility of State and Local Taxes: Impact Effects by State and Income Class
with Harvey S. Rosen: w1768
1986State Personal Income and Sales Taxes, 1977- 1983
with Harvey S. Rosen
in Studies in State and Local Public Finance, Harvey S. Rosen, ed.
April 1985Alternative Tax Rules and Personal Savings Incentives: Microeconomic Data and Behavioral Simulations
with Martin Feldstein: w0681
September 1983The Tax Treatment of Married Couples and the 1981 Tax Law
w0872
1983Alternative Tax Treatments of the Family: Simulation Methodology and Results
with Harvey S. Rosen
in Behavioral Simulation Methods in Tax Policy Analysis, Martin Feldstein, ed.
Alternative Tax Rules and Personal Saving Incentives: Microeconomic Data and Behavioral Simulations
with Martin S. Feldstein
in Behavioral Simulation Methods in Tax Policy Analysis, Martin Feldstein, ed.
September 1982Identification in Tax-Price Regression Models: The Case of Charitable Giving
w0988
February 1982Does the Investment Interest Limitation Explain the Existence of Dividends?
w0530
July 1980Alternative Tax Treatments of the Family: Simulation Methodology and Results
with Harvey S. Rosen: w0497
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