How Taxes Affect Economic Behavior

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Index
Aaron, Henry J., 209n, 283n, 326, 360n
Abrams, Burton A., 418-19
Accelerator, interaction with cost of capital, 102-03, 105, 109, 111, 115, 128
Accrual taxation of capital gains, 243, 267
AFDC. SeeAid to families with dependent children
Aged, capital gains realization by, 257- 58
Aid to families with dependent children
(AFDC), 34; effect on labor supply, 46-47, 60-61
Ando, Albert K., 88n, 90, 100n
Andrews, William D., 404
Artus, Jacques R., 354n
Ashenfelter, Orley, 49n
Assets: factors affecting sale of, 278; market valuation, 207-08; replacement cost, 5, 207, 224-25
Auerbach, Alan J., 92n, 140, 218n
Auten, Gerald, 14, 245, 423n
Bailey, Martin J., 210, 245n, 283n
Balassa, Bela, 91n
Ballentine, J. Gregory, 192
Bankruptcy Act of 1898, 166
Bankruptcy costs, 7; data availability on, 163, 193; and debt-capital ratio, 162; examples of, 165; marginal, 171, 195; measurement of, 164-72, 195; under no-tax structure, 134-38; reorganization costs versus, 136, 166, 167, 193; risk and, 146-51; upper limit on, 145
Barber, Clarence L., 365n
Barro, Robert J., 333n, 338n, 348
Baumol, William J., 137n
Beach, Charles M., 343n
Berndt, Ernest R., 102n, 117n
Bhatia, Kul B., 366n
Bhattacharya, Sudipto, 154n
Bischoff, Charles W., 90, 102n
Black, Fischer, 153
Blinder, Alan S., 366n, 368n
Blume, Marshall E., 211n, 257n
Boadway, R. W., 324n
Bodie, Zvi, 233n
Bonds, 6; in bankruptcy liquidation, 136-37; discount rate, 211, 239; personal income taxation of, 141; risk in investment in, 143-44
Book value, replacement cost versus, 224-26
Boskin, Michael J., 72, 163n, 198, 390n, 417-18
Bradford, David F., 139n, 140, 147n, 148, 152n, 153, 172n, 339n
Brainard, William C., 91n, 223n, 233n
Brannon, Gerard M., 244, 245n, 437
Brems, Hans, 366n
Breneman, David W., 417n
Brennan, M. J., 147n
Brinner, Roger E., 10-12, 209, 243n
Brittain, John A., 21, 441
Brooks, Stephen H., 10-12
Brown, R. L., 343n
Bruce, N., 324n
Brunner, Karl, 112n
Buiter, Willem H., 338n

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