Tax Incentives and Economic Growth

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Aaron, Henry J., 77-78n, 84n, 88n, 90n, 105n, 108n, 143n, 144n, 158n, 159n
Accelerator model of investment behavior, 100-01, 107
Aid to families with dependent children (AFDC), 164-66
Ando, Albert, 69-70n
Artis, Martin J., 125n
Atkinson, Anthony B., 73n
Auerbach, Alan J., 198n, 200, 201
Bailey, Martin J., 70n
Baily, Martin Neil, 27n, 30, 31, 34n, 37, 41-42, 105n, 151n, 156n
Barro, Robert, 18n, 88, 89, 96
Berndt, Ernst R., 33n
Bischoff, Charles W., 107n
Bishop, John, 172n
Blinder, Alan S., 86, 158n
Borjas, George J., 142n
Boskin, Michael J., 79, 80, 82
Bosworth, Barry P., 30n, 36n, 37n, 42n, 52
Bradford, David F., 51n, 68n, 199n
Brechling, Frank, 151n
Brinner, Roger E., 105n
Brooks, Stephen H., 105n
Brown, Murray, 106n
Brumberg, Richard, 69n
Bruno, Michael, 33-34n, 42n
Buiter, William H., 89
Burkhauser, Richard V., 158n
Burlow, Jeremy, 66n
Burtless, Gary, 140-41n, 144n, 159
Cagan, Phillip, 66n
Cain, Glenn G., 140n, 142n
Capital: international flows of, 125-27, 182; and labor supply, 23-24; rate of return on, 12-13, 14, 50-55, 178; rental price of, 98, 101-05
Capital formation: and housing investment, 110-11; and long-term growth, 44-47; measures of, 23-24; policies to expand, 59-62; and productivity growth, 23, 35-38, 177-80; and saving, 44-45, 59-62, 121-22; and taxes, 53, 116-20
Capital income, taxation of, 7-8, 13, 24- 25, 50-53, 116-20, 197
Capital services, measurement of, 35-38
Carnoy, Martin, 168n
Chirinko, Robert S., 107-08n, 109
Christainsen, Gregory B., 31n
Clark, Kim B., 155n, 156-57
Clark, Peter K., 107n
Coen, Robert M., 124n
Cohn, Robert, 105n
Conrad, William E., 85n
Consumption-saving decision, 71-75, 80- 84
Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), 48
Crandall, Robert W., 31n
Danziger, Sheldon, 154n, 159n, 167n, 176n
Data Resources Incorporated, 109
David, Paul A., 87, 88n, 89, 96
Deficits: and interest rates, 66, 191-95; measures of, 189-90; and saving, 13- 14, 19, 96, 188, 194-95. See also Fiscal policy; Monetary policy
de Leeuw, Frank, 49, 50n
Denison, Edward F., 5n, 25n, 29n, 31, 36n, 41, 53n, 64n, 168
Dicks-Mireaux, Louis, 51
Disability insurance (DI), 161-63
Dogramaci, Ali, 25n
Dolde, Walter, 84n
Duesenberry, James S., 86n
Eckstein, Otto, 109n
Economic policy: American neoclassical, 12-14; European neoclassical, 14-15; Keynesian, 3, 11-12; neo-Keynesian, 3- 8; supply-side, 16-19, 187-88
Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, 103
Education: expenditures on, 170-72; and quality of labor, 168-72
Ehrenberg, Ronald, 142n, 151n

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