Framing Effects in Taxation: An Empirical Study Using the German Income Tax Schedule (Paperback)

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On October 24th, 1994, the pro-government German newspaper 'Die Welt' reported that the Minister of Family Affairs, Mrs. Hannelore Ransch, member of the ruling Christian Democratic Union (CD U), withdrew her candidacy for a second term after serving a four year term. While Chancellor Helmut Kohl and other party colleagues officially expressed their regret for this move, the conservative press openly announced their relief. A symbolic photo of Ransch was published together with the article: In the background, two direction indicators are discernable, one pointing to the 'emergency exit' and the other to the 'escape route'. What led up to this state of affairs? Some months before, Ransch had triggered off a storm of public indignation due to her proposal to partly re­ place the present German child-benefit system by 'tax fines for the childless'. To be exact, the minister's idea was to distinctly increase child allowance and child benefit, and to bill childless families for this measure, that is, childless couples and singles should have to payoff a tax surcharge christened 'Zu­ kunftsbeitrag' (,contribution to the future'). However, only the second part of her proposal, the tax fine, made it to the headlines (compare, for exam­ ple, 'Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung', February 19th, 1994, and 'Die Welt', March 28th, 1994).

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ISBN 9783790812404
Genre BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Taxation / General
Format Paperback
Pages 207
Publisher Date 1999-11-01 00:00:00.0
Publisher Physica Verlag
Copyright Year 19990601
Height 9.0 in
Wdth 6.0 in
Thickness 0.5 in
Unit weight 0.75 lb
Language English
Subtitle An Empirical Study Using the German Income Tax Schedule
Series Name Contributions to Economics
Audience College/higher education
Authors Traub, Stefan
Country of Origin United States
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