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Harberger concludes with a discussion of the potential for short-run, transitional, and dynamic analysis of the incidence of the corporate income tax. He suggests that transitional incidence analysis belongs in the category of the unknowable, but that dynamic incidence analysis is somewhat more tractable. Harry Grubert of the US Treasury Department and Rosanne Altshuler of Rutgers University evaluate several recent proposals to reform the taxation of cross-border income and present new information on the burden of the current system.
For example, the ‘‘buy/borrow/die’’ scheme of investing in assets that yield only capital gains, borrowing against their appreciated value to ﬁnance consumption, and holding the assets (and the loans) until the gains avoid taxation at death that take advantage of the asymmetries caused by a hybrid structure. He argues that fundamental tax reform will not be achieved with marginal extensions of existing approaches, but only with a thorough rethinking of the theory of taxation, one that takes into account the insights of behavioral economics.
7 But we do not have a clear sense of what the welfare gains would be from removing such tax distortions. A problem in estimating the efﬁciency costs of ﬁnancial distortions is that these distortions exist in an environment in which ﬁrst-best behavior in the absence of tax distortions would be unlikely. With the existing agency problem due to the separation of ownership and control, tax-induced ﬁnancial distortions could lessen deadweight loss, for example, by forcing entrenched managers to take on more debt and therefore to expend greater effort to stave off bankruptcy.