2012

Appendix III: Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Swedish Business Owners

Reprint No. 2012:22

Author(s): Karin Edmark and Roger GordonYear: 2012 Title: Income Shifting in Sweden: An Empirical Evaluation of the 3:12 Rules. Report to the Expert Group on Public Economics 2012:4 Editor(s): Annette Alstadsæter and Martin JacobPublisher: Ministry of FinanceCity: Stockholm Pages: 215–227
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Appendix III: Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Swedish Business Owners Karin Edmark and Roger Gordon



Reference:
Edmark, Karin and Roger Gordon (2012), "Appendix III: Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Swedish Business Owners". Pp. 215–227 in Annette Alstadsæter and Martin Jacob, eds., Income Shifting in Sweden: An Empirical Evaluation of the 3:12 Rules. Report to the Expert Group on Public Economics 2012:4. Stockholm: Ministry of Finance.

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