Tax competition and income inequality : why did the welfare state survive?
Plümper, Thomas; Troeger, Vera;
Publisher: Department of Economics, University of Warwick
Subject: HJ | HB
Contrary to the belief of many, tax competition did not undermine the foundations of the\ud welfare state and did not even abolish the taxation of capital. Instead, tax competition caused\ud governments to shift the tax burden from capital to labor, thereby increasing i... View more