English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Progressive Taxation and Corporate Liquidation: Analysis and Policy Implications Elettra Agliardi; Rossella Agliardi

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  • Progressive Taxation and Corporate Liquidation: Analysis and Policy Implications
Author
  • Elettra Agliardi
  • Rossella Agliardi
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper contributes to the debate on alternative corporate tax schemes, employing a rigorous real option methodology which has never been used to study both liquidation policy and taxation. Different tax systems are considered, according to whether the tax regime is progressive or flat and losses are deductible or not. The critical liquidation threshold is derived as a function of interest expenses, the firmÕs driving parameters and the tax rates and taxation brackets. It is shown that only the adoption of a flat tax plan does not interfere with the firmÕs liquidation policy, while any progressive tax schedule can slow down or speed up the closure policy.
  • Corporate debt, default risk, progressive tax, real options.
  • RePEc:rim:rimwps:29-07
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  • English
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