Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Public Economic Theory in Istanbul, at the European Trade Study Group meeting in Rome, and at conferences at CESifo and the Max Planck Institute in Munich. We thank Johannes Becker, Ron Davies, Carsten Eckel, Clemens Fuest, Kai Konrad, Sebastian Krautheim, Ferdinand Mittermaier, Gareth Myles, Michael Pflüger, Evelyn Ribi, Jens Südekum, and Ian Wooton for many helpful comments. We also wish to thank two anonymous referees for their detailed and constructive suggestions. Haufler acknowledges financial support from the German Research Foundation (Grant No. HA 3195/8-1). Please address correspondence to: Andreas Haufler, Department of Economics, University of Munich, Akademiestr. 1/II, Munich, Bavaria 80799, Germany (DE). Phone: +49-89-2180-3858. Fax: +49-89-2180-6296. E-mail: Andreas.Haufler@lrz.uni-muenchen.de.
TAX COMPETITION IN A SIMPLE MODEL WITH HETEROGENEOUS FIRMS: HOW LARGER MARKETS REDUCE PROFIT TAXES*
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International Economic Review
Volume 54, Issue 2, pages 665–692, May 2013
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Haufler, A. and Stähler, F. (2013), TAX COMPETITION IN A SIMPLE MODEL WITH HETEROGENEOUS FIRMS: HOW LARGER MARKETS REDUCE PROFIT TAXES. International Economic Review, 54: 665–692. doi: 10.1111/iere.12010
Manuscript received September 2011; revised April 2012.
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