How Taxes Affect Economic Behavior

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Jerry A. Hausman
1. Basic Federal Tax Rates on Earned Income for Married Couples Filing Joint Returns, 197545
2. Annual Hours of Work of Husbands51
3. Deadweight Loss Calculation for the Average Individual54
4. Annual Hours of Work of Wives56
5. Annual Hours of Work of Female Heads of Household59
6. Market Wage and Deadweight Loss62
7. Effects of a Proportional Tax with Initial Exemption64
8. Logarithmic Wage Regression68
Patric H. Hendershott and Sheng-Cheng Hu
1. Pollution-Control Capital Outlays, 1967-7893
2. Sources of Change in the User Cost of Capital, 1954-7898
3. Preliminary Regressions for Orders for Equipment, 1957:1-1978:4104
4. Equipment Orders with First-Order Transformation, 1957:2-1978:4106
5. Regressions with a Constant Real Rate of Interest108
6. Estimates of the Accelerator (v)109
7. Equipment Orders with Accelerator and Cost of Capital Combined110
8. The Historic Relation between Cyclical Movements in the Ratio of Orders and in the Cost of Capital, 1957-78113
9. Data Employed in Computation of User Costs of Capital, 1953-78122
Roger H. Gordon and Burton G. Malkiel
1. Estimated Ratios of Debt to Total Capital, Nonfinancial Corporation, 1957-78158
2. Average Annual Default Rates for Corporate Bonds, by Decade, 1900-77161
3. Variance of Cash Flow of Nonfinancial Corporations, Selected Periods, 1963-77162
4. Estimates of Identifiable Legal and Administrative Costs of Four Bankruptcies164
5. Distribution of Securities in Recent Reorganizations168
6. Efficiency and Revenue Effects of Selected Tax Changes, 1975178
7. Yields of Taxable and Tax-exempt Simultaneous Bond Issues, 1978185
Roger E. Brinner and Stephen H. Brooks
1. Adjusted Earnings Calculation, 1956-78206
2. The Roles of Risk and Inflation Illusions in the Price-EPV Relation222
3. Correlations between Tax Parameters and Share Price228
4. Testing for Additional Tax Influences in the Price-EPV Relation229

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