State and local tax differentials and the location of manufacturing

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Bureau of Business and Economic Research, College of Commerce, State University of Iowa , Iowa City
Industrial location -- United States, Taxation, State, Local taxation -- United S
Statementby Clark C. Bloom ; with the assistance of Albert A. Montgomery.
SeriesStudies in business and economics : New series ; no. 5, Studies in business & economics (State University of Iowa. Bureau of Business and Economic Research) -- n.s., no. 5.
ContributionsMontgomery, Albert Alonzo, 1929-
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Open LibraryOL13576841M
OCLC/WorldCa4317232

State and local tax differentials and the location of manufacturing. Iowa City, Iowa: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, College of Commerce, State University of Iowa, [] (OCoLC) Taxes and the Location Decision of Manufacturing Establishments 87 average tax rate.

Carlton believed this to be a poor proxy for the actual taxes paid by a locating firm. Papke asserted that the average tax rate conceals a range of tax-cost differentials among location-sensitive industries.

In addition, Bartik () and. Get this from a library. Interstate Business Tax Differentials and New Firm Location: Evidence from Panel Data. [Leslie E Papke; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper examines the impact of state and local tax differentials on.

Abstract: State and local tax differentials and the location of manufacturing book location of industry using a panel data set of manufacturing firm startups. >Abstract: The number of.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper examines the impact of state and local tax differentials on the location of industry using a panel data set of manufacturing firm startups. The number of firm births is modeled as a Poisson count process and the estimation technique explicitly accounts for unobserved location or state heterogeneity in the estimation.

This paper examines the impact of state and local tax differentials on the location of industry using a panel data set of manufacturing firm start-ups. The number of firm births is modeled as a Poisson count process and the estimation technique explicitly accounts for unobserved location or state heterogeneity in the by: The results indicate that the property tax rate is a significant location factor to relocating firms selecting sites within an urban area and that income tax differentials have a negative but weak.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Jofre-Monseny J. and Sole-Olle A. Tax differentials in intraregional firm location: evidence from new manufacturing establishments in Spanish municipalities, Regional Studies.

This paper analyses empirically how differences in local taxes affect the intraregional location of new manufacturing plants.

These effects are examined. Tax Differentials in Intraregional Firm Location: Evidence from New Manufacturing Establishments in Spanish Municipalities Article in Regional Studies 44(6) July with 38 Reads.

JOURNAL OF URBAN ECONOM () Intraurban Manufacturing Location Decisions and Local Tax Differentials ALBERTA H. CHARNEY' Division of Economic and Business Research, Business and Public Administration College, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Received ; revised Ap This study examines the role Cited by: “The Location of New Manufacturing Plants and State Business Taxes: Evidence from Panel Data,” NTA-TIA Proceedings of the Seventy-Ninth Annual Conference,B.

Book Chapters “The Local Funding of Schools: The Property Tax and File Size: KB. The effect of property taxation on location of manufacturing activity. Bloom, C. C.,State and Local Tax Differentials, (Iowa City: State University of Iowa Press, ). Google Scholar (2) Due, John F., “Studies of State and Local Tax Influences on the Location of Cited by: 5.

• Shift differentials are more common in manufacturing and customer support jobs than in other types of jobs. • The third shift consistently is paid Author: Culpepper And Associates. 13 zones, the incentive package cut the tax rate by more than half.

(The effective tax rate is the state and local tax liability as a percent of the pretax cash flow from the new plant.) The average tax rate before incentives among the cities ranged from percent to percent, while the.

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We conclude that the recent contraction in state and local tax revenues has been driven primarily by the general economic recession, rather than the housing market per-se.

This paper was reposted in October to update values in table 3. Keywords: Property tax, sales tax, state income tax, transfer tax, housing market. Bartik finds an elasticity of to of new branch plants with respect to state corporate tax rates.

Papke examines start-upfirms in five manufacturing industries, and estimates elasticities with respect to combined federal, state, and local tax rates of (furniture), (communicatiOn equipment), and (womens' outerwear). Addi. representative city in each state, we found effective state/local tax rates on new investment that ranged, for example, from % to % for a small but profitable manufacturer of soaps and toiletries, and from % to % for a large but low-profit automobile manufacturer.

The recent Tax Foundation report "Location Matters: The State Tax Costs of Doing Business" illustrates the folly of government intervention in markets. The foundation, working with KPMG LLP Author: David Brunori. Private, Federal, State and Local ownerships, by six-digit NAICS industry or higher: Establishments, employment, and wages, annual averages.

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8 Sales tax exemption-new equipment 9 State-supported training 1 0 Property tax exemption-materials used in 98 manufacturing 11 Inventory tax exemption-goods in transit 96 12 License or excise tax exemption 59 1 3 State-supported recruiting, screening of 55 industrial employees 14 Statewide uniform property tax law 51 1 5 Wage incentive.

Table 4 shows the highest combined state and local tax rates in California, New Jersey, New York State, and New York City. Each of these three states imposes tax rates at or near the highest in.

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