The Macro-Economic Impact of Changing the Rate of Corporation Tax Conefrey, Thomas; Fitz Gerald, John

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Authors
Conefrey, Thomas ; Fitz Gerald, John
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Economic Modelling
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taxation; ireland; Macroeconomics -- Economic aspects
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Academic
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To link to full-text access for this article, visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2010.11.009 Byline: Thomas Conefrey, John D. Fitz Gerald Keywords: Corporation tax; Ireland; Services sector Abstract: This paper considers the impact of changes in the rate of corporation tax in Ireland affecting the business and financial services sector. A model is estimated that relates services exports and output to world activity, competitiveness and the rate of corporation tax. This model indicates that a reduction in the rate of corporation tax in the 1990s stimulated exports and, even allowing for profit repatriations by foreign firms and replacement of lost tax revenue, it resulted in an increase in domestic output. The increase in profitability suggests that some of the increased output involved relocation of profits to Ireland by multinational firms. Article History: Accepted 17 November 2010
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99009

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