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Modes of Taxation & Sustainable Economic Growth in the United States

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Ver Burg, Mark
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Alexander, Dr. Ann
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University of Wyoming
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2009-05-18

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During the time that this research was undertaken, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was below 8,000 points, having recently registered as low as 6,600. With climbing unemployment, record budget deficits forecasted, and the evaporation of trillions of invested dollars, Americans considered a host of proposals, as to how the economic decline could be reversed. This study examines how fundamental change in U.S. tax policy could spur robust economic growth. The research starts with historical data on revenue gathering policies which the United States currently uses and those that have been used in the past. It continues with a survey of taxation modes employed in countries with economies similar to that of the U.S. From that review of experiential economic instruction, the study derives a system of taxation, fundamentally different from the current U.S. tax code, which would curb the current economic free-fall and create an environment suitable for rapid but measured sustainable economic growth.
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From - Undergraduate Research Day 2009 - Celebration of Research - Abstracts
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taxation models

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sustainable economic growth

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Undergrauate Research Day 2009

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