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Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the debate over taxes
J Slemrod, J Bakija
MIT press, 2017
5342017
Jobs and income growth of top earners and the causes of changing income inequality: Evidence from US tax return data
J Bakija, A Cole, BT Heim
3612012
Retooling Social Security for the 21st century: Right and wrong approaches to reform
CE Steuerle, JM Bakija
The Urban Insitute, 1994
2771994
Retooling Social Security for the 21st century: Right and wrong approaches to reform
CE Steuerle, JM Bakija
The Urban Insitute, 1994
2621994
How does charitable giving respond to incentives and income? New estimates from panel data
J Bakija, BT Heim
National Tax Journal 64 (2), 615-650, 2011
1882011
Do the rich flee from high state taxes? Evidence from federal estate tax returns
JM Bakija, J Slemrod
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2004
1812004
Documentation for a comprehensive historical US federal and state income tax calculator program
J Bakija
Department of Economics, Williams College Department of Economics Working Papers, 2009
782009
Charitable bequests and taxes on inheritances and estates: Aggregate evidence from across states and time
JM Bakija, WG Gale, JB Slemrod
American Economic Review 93 (2), 366-370, 2003
752003
Modeling Income in the Near Term 5
KE Smith, M Favreault, CE Ratcliffe, BA Butrica, EJ Toder, J Bakija
Available at SSRN 2206397, 2007
622007
Taxing ourselves: a citizen's guide to the great debate over tax reform
J Slemrod, JM Bakija
MIT Press, 2000
582000
Does growing inequality reduce tax progressivity? Should it?
J Slemrod, JM Bakija
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000
552000
How does charitable giving respond to incentives and income? Dynamic panel estimates accounting for predictable changes in taxation
J Bakija, B Heim
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
542008
Distinguishing transitory and permanent price elasticities of charitable giving with pre-announced changes in tax law
J Bakija
Retrieved August 1, 2014, 2000
382000
Tax policy and philanthropy: A primer on the empirical evidence for the United States and its implications
J Bakija
Social Research: An International Quarterly 80 (2), 557-584, 2013
312013
Tax policy and philanthropy: A primer on the empirical evidence for the United States and its implications
J Bakija
Social Research: An International Quarterly 80 (2), 557-584, 2013
312013
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