There are already numerous studies attempting to peg the effect of tax rates on economic activity. There will undoubtedly be more, as politicians, economists and tax experts seek the magic formula to maximize both economic activity and government revenue.
A study just reissued by the Congressional Research Service actually suggests that taxes have little or no effect on economic growth.
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