New Podcast: Alex Brill of the American Enterprise Institute – Corporate Tax Rates
January 28, 2009
With a new Congress and a new administration focused on a short term stimulus proposal to get America out of the current economic downturn, others are focused on long term plans involving taxes to spur investment, create jobs and increase our standard of living. In this edition of the Tax Policy Podcast, Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge discusses corporate tax reform proposals and global tax competition with Alex Brill, research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and economic policy adviser at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC.
To see Brill’s latest paper published in the January 2, 2009 edition of Tax Notes, “Corporate Tax Rates: Receipts and Distortions,” click here. For more on corporate taxes, visit the Tax Foundation’s CompeteUSA campaign.
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