Washington (Sept. 24, 2002) -- A new study presented at the American Enterprise Institute shows that taxes have a great impact in generating entrepreneurial activity.
The study, presented by Roger Gordon, professor of economics at the University of California at San Diego, focused on personal income tax, payroll tax, and corporate tax. The study used data from the years 1964-1993.
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