As it stands, they’re free-riding, in effect subsidized by full-time resident taxpayers
Tax policy change triggers an incentive for lenders to be more aggressive
Breakthrough technologies are years off for aviation, but incremental improvements are available
Higher demand from U.S. and China means expanding into new markets
Doing so, they subsidize government, which is, well, sort of like a tax
Study suggests flat tax systems boosted GDP in former Soviet republics and satellites
Companies with Chinese suppliers suffered — those with more diversified supply chains suffered more
Putting the onus on retailers, rather than shoppers, works better
Construction permitting power taken from cities that resisted development
Good ideas may be scarce, capital to fund them is not
In a model, cultural differences matter as much as geography, institutional distinctions or capital constraints
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It’s less successful at curbing consumption so buyers shop outside the city
Washington state data: Profits higher, prices lower at multi-store firms
Should tax-collecting agencies keep audit activity secret to discourage cheating?
Companies that use loss carry-forwards to offset future tax liability, instead of claiming a refund, enjoy favorable lending terms