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US Tax Policy and Outsourcing: Part I

July 23, 2012

Gary Clyde Hufbauer says that despite what President Obama says, Governor Mitt Romney's proposal to lower the corporate tax rate would create jobs in the United States as well as overseas.


Policy Brief 12-13: Right Idea, Wrong Direction: Obama's Corporate Tax Reform Proposals [pdf] May 2012


Annals of Economic Nationalism: Part II May 2, 2014

Are Tax Avoidance 'Havens' a Bad Thing? Part I May 24, 2013

Are Tax Avoidance 'Havens' a Bad Thing? Part II May 24, 2013

US Tax Policy and Outsourcing: Part II July 24, 2012

Why Taxing Companies to Discourage Outsourcing Won't Work January 25, 2012

Would a 'Repatriation Tax Holiday' Work? October 19, 2011

The Debt Limit Debate Is a Distraction July 27, 2011

Economic Numbers Looking Up December 20, 2010

If It's a Recovery, Where Are the Jobs? September 1, 2010

Taxing Firms That Ship Jobs Overseas: Will It Backfire? May 3, 2010