Multi‐Factor Effective Corporate Taxation, Firms’ Mark‐Ups and Tax Incidence: Evidence from OECD Countries
Salvador Barrios (),
Gaëtan Nicodème () and
Antonio Jesus Sanchez Fuentes ()
Fiscal Studies, 2018, vol. 39, issue 3, 417-453
This paper provides novel evidence on the multi‐factor effective marginal tax rates (EMTRs) for a sample of 17 OECD countries and 11 manufacturing sectors. We use a single framework encompassing capital, labour and energy taxes. Our cross‐country/cross‐sector approach allows us to analyse the contributions of these input factors to the effective tax borne by firms, taking explicitly into account their degree of substitution, their tax incidence and the role of mark‐ups. We find that the labour tax plays a particularly important role in the overall level of the EMTR and that the presence of mark‐ups can significantly alter the levels of the multi‐factor EMTR, although without significantly altering the ranking of countries. We also find that the bulk of the variation in EMTRs is across countries, rather than across sectors (within countries).
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