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马斯格雷夫论坛·读书会第5期

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题目:Tax Policy and Heterogeneous Investment Behavior

报告人:王婷 博士 陆雪琴 博士

时间:2017年6月8日13:30—15:00

地点:浙江财经大学财税学院1号楼307室

主办单位:浙江财经大学财政税务学院

内容摘要:We estimate the effect of temporary tax incentives on equipment investment using shifts in accelerated depreciation. Analyzing data for over 120,000 firms, we present three findings. First, bonus depreciation raised investment in eligible capital relative to ineligiblecapital by 10.4 percent between 2001 and 2004 and 16.9 percent between 2008 and 2010. Second, small firms respond 95 percent more than big firms. Third, firms respond strongly when the policy generates immediate cash flows, but not when cash flows only come in the future. This heterogeneity materially affects investment-weighted estimates and supports models in which financial frictionsor fixed costs amplify investment responses.

文献来源:American Economic Review 2017, 107(1): 217–248

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