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"Diamond and Zudrow have produced a timely book on fundamental tax reform that avoids revisiting old and tired issues, appeals to a broad policy-oriented audience, and draws leading scholars to comment on reform-related issues."--Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

(Douglas Holtz-Eakin)

"This volume is required reading for anyone undertaking -- or even considering -- fundamental tax reform. The authors and discussants of the papers take a fresh look at important issues that many thought were settled."--Charles McLure, Senior Fellow Emeritus, Hoover Institution, Stanford University

(Charles McLure)

"Expiring tax provisions, concern over the Alternative Minimum Tax, and global competition in business taxation imply that major tax reform in the United States will be on the agenda for the next president. But which reform? This volume tackles tough questions in the effects of tax reform on business investment, asset prices, and U.S. competitiveness, and will be essential reading for economists writing on tax reform and for policy advisors."--R. Glenn Hubbard, Dean, Columbia School of Business

(Glenn Hubbard)

"Diamond and Zodrow have produced a timely book on fundamental tax reform that avoids revisiting old and tired issues, appeals to a broad policy-oriented audience, and draws leading scholars to comment on reform-related issues." Douglas Holtz-Eakin , Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics



"Expiring tax provisions, concern over the alternative minimum tax, and global competition in business taxation imply that major tax reform in the United States will be on the agenda for the next president. But which reform? This book tackles tough questions regarding the effects of tax reform on business investment, asset prices, and U.S. competitiveness; it will be essential reading for economists writing on tax reform and for policy advisors." R. Glenn Hubbard , Dean, Columbia School of Business



"This book is required reading for anyone undertaking or even considering fundamental tax reform. The authors and discussants of the papers take a fresh look at important issues that many thought were settled." Charles McLure , Senior Fellow Emeritus, Hoover Institution, Stanford University

About the Author

John W. Diamond is Edward A. and Hermena Hancock Kelly Fellow in Public Finance at Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.

George R. Zodrow is Allyn R. and Gladys M. Cline Chair of Economics and Rice Scholar, Baker Institute for Public Policy, at Rice University.

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