Marginal tax rates, labour supply and economic growth

Marginal tax rates, labour supply and economic growth

Period: 01.01.2006 – 31.12.2007

The falling labour input is among the factors responsible fort the low German growth path lagging behind the growth experience in many other industrial countries. It is the objective of this project to look into the role of the tax system for this growth prob-lem. In this context, different tax reform ideas are to be inspected with regard to their possible contribution to overcome the German growth problem. Among these reform conceptions spe-cial attention will be paid to the fixed tax model as it has been developed by Fritz Böhringer.

Project members

Friedrich Heinemann

Friedrich Heinemann

Coordinator
Leitung

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Marcus Kappler

Marcus Kappler

Kommissarische Leitung

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Bernhard Boockmann

Bernhard Boockmann

Senior Researcher

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Christina Elschner

Christina Elschner

Research Associate

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Allowance
Böhringer-Ilsfeld-Stiftung, DE
Cooperation partner
Fritz Böhringer, Ilsfeld, DE

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