The Taxation of Income from Capital: A Comparative Study of the U.S., U.K., Sweden, and West Germany--The Theoretical Framework--
NBER Working Paper No. 1058
This working paper presents Chapter 2 of a book that has been submitted to the University of Chicago Press for publication consideration. The point of the book is to compare taxes on income from capital infour countries,accounting for corporate, personal, and property taxes, and including national, regional, and local level taxes. We describe statutory tax ratesand other tax rules in each country, and calculate overall effective marginal tax rates for different combinations of asset, industry, source of finance,and ownership categories.This chapter defines the methodological problems of estimating effective tax rates on income from capital, and it defines the limits of this analysisby pointing out areas that are excluded by this study. It sets out the parameters that need to be estimated for each country, and describes other data requirements involving the amount of each capital asset located in each industry, financed by each source, and owned by each ownership category.
Document Object Identifier (DOI): 10.3386/w1058
Published: King, M. A. and D. Fullerton. "The Taxation of Income From Capital: A Comparative Stdy of the U.S., U.K., Sweden, and W. Germany--Theoretical Framework." The Taxation of Income From Capital: A Compartivie Stdy of the U.S., U. K., Sweden and W. Grmny, ed. by M> King & D. Fullerton. Chicago: UCP (1984