Sunday, February 11, 2007

Taxation and Development Website

I am too technologically daft to provide a link, but I want to give a hearty welcome to a sister blog, Taxation and Development, run by Michael McIntyre at Wayne State University with several similarly big hitters as contribuing editors The site gathers original and secondary materials on tax policy in developing countries, a subject which--depending upon your definition of "developing"--embraces the better part of the world. Mike McIntyre is an unapologetic liberal, and the site is likely to emphasize his view (i) that the distribution as well as the size of national income remain important, and (ii) that tax cooperation, rather than unbridled tax competition, must play some role in protecting distributional concerns. But he is also extremely open-minded, and an early check of the site reveals a range of scholarly opinions as well as a convenient one-stop shopping for treaties, documents, and teaching materials in the comparative tax field. Welcome to the blogosphere.


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