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Aaron Krupkin

Senior Research Analyst, Brookings Institution

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Brief

This year, Congress will consider what may be the biggest tax bill in decades. This is one of a series of briefs the Tax Policy Center has prepared to help people follow the debate. Each focuses on a key tax policy issue that Congress and the Trump administration may address. This brief...

April 20, 2017
William G. Gale, Aaron Krupkin
Brief

This essay is the tenth in a twelve-essay colloquium on the effect of low interest rates on the economy. To read other essays in the series, click here. The original version of this paper was...

December 11, 2016
Alan J. Auerbach, William G. Gale, Aaron Krupkin
Research report

The possibility of introducing a value-added tax (VAT) in the United States has been discussed on a sporadic basis for several decades. In this policy brief, which is based on Gale, Gelfond, and Krupkin (2015), we examine issues related to small business and entrepreneurship under a VAT. We also...

March 1, 2016
William G. Gale, Hilary Gelfond, Aaron Krupkin
Research report

The possibility of introducing a value-added tax (VAT) in the United States has been discussed on a sporadic basis for several decades. This paper examines issues related to small business and entrepreneurship under a VAT. Section II discusses the basic mechanics of a VAT, including the...

March 1, 2016
William G. Gale, Hilary Gelfond, Aaron Krupkin
Research report

The effects of state tax policy on economic growth, entrepreneurship, and employment remain controversial. Using a framework that in prior research generated significant, negative, and robust effects of taxes on growth, we find that neither tax revenues nor top income tax rates bear stable...

December 1, 2015
William G. Gale, Kim S. Rueben, Aaron Krupkin
Research report

The effects of state tax policy on economic growth, entrepreneurship, and employment remain controversial. Using a framework that in prior research generated significant, negative, and robust effects of taxes on growth, we find that neither tax revenues nor top income tax rates bear stable...

December 1, 2015
William G. Gale, Kim S. Rueben, Aaron Krupkin
Journal Article

Looking specifically at taxes, Brookings Senior Fellow William Gale and Research Assistant Aaron Krupkin write that the U.S. does not have a good tax system that raises the revenues needed “to finance government spending in a manner that is as simple, equitable, and growth-friendly as possible...

November 25, 2015
William G. Gale, Aaron Krupkin
Brief

Cuts in top state income taxes are intended to raise economic growth, but could instead force punishing spending cuts, as revenues fall and states confront borrowing constraints. Previous work shows no clear impact of state taxes on growth. In new research, we build on a widely cited study that...

September 11, 2015
William G. Gale, Aaron Krupkin, Kim S. Rueben

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