Changing Federal Income Tax Rates and Optimum Farm Size
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1972, vol. 54, issue 3, 490-491
Substantial reductions in income tax rates occurring over the last decade increase optimum farm size and thus contribute to the current movement toward fewer and larger farm units in the United States.
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