David F. Bradford mainly focuses on Microeconomics, Monetary economics, Tax reform, Capital and Double taxation. Microeconomics and Flypaper effect are commonly linked in his work. His Tax reform study incorporates themes from Political economy and Economy.
His work deals with themes such as Dividend, Capital asset pricing model and Investment, which intersect with Capital. His study in Double taxation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both International taxation, Value-added tax and State income tax. The concepts of his International taxation study are interwoven with issues in Dividend tax and Tax deferral.
His main research concerns Microeconomics, Monetary economics, Tax reform, Tax rate and Public economics. His work focuses on many connections between Microeconomics and other disciplines, such as Tax basis, that overlap with his field of interest in Credit history. David F. Bradford combines subjects such as Cash flow, Asset, Dividend, Financial market and Investment with his study of Monetary economics.
The Tax reform study combines topics in areas such as Income tax, Tax credit and Value-added tax. His Value-added tax study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dividend tax, Indirect tax, Double taxation, Ad valorem tax and State income tax. The various areas that he examines in his Tax rate study include X tax, Consumption and Equity.
David F. Bradford mostly deals with Tax rate, X tax, Global warming, Jurisdiction and World economy. His research integrates issues of Wealth tax, Microeconomics, Cash flow and International economics in his study of Tax rate. A significant part of his X tax research incorporates Tax reform and Double taxation studies.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Value-added tax and Tax credit. David F. Bradford studies Double taxation, focusing on Consumption tax in particular. His studies deal with areas such as Discounting, Marginal cost, Economic efficiency and Leakage as well as Environmental protection.
David F. Bradford focuses on Natural resource economics, Tax rate, Emissions trading, NOx and Atmospheric model. His work in Natural resource economics incorporates the disciplines of Global change, Ice sheet, Demise, Antarctic ice sheet and Effects of global warming. Monetary economics covers David F. Bradford research in Tax rate.
His Emissions trading research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Environmental engineering, Nitrogen dioxide and CAMX.
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Optimal departures from marginal cost pricing
William Jack Baumol;David L. Bradford.
The American Economic Review (1997)
Tax Policy and the Economy
Lawrence H. Summers;David F. Bradford;James Poterba.
The incidence and allocation effects of a tax on corporate distributions
David F. Bradford.
Journal of Public Economics (1981)
Uncertain climate thresholds and optimal economic growth
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2004)
Untangling the income tax
David F. Bradford.
The Analysis of Revenue Sharing in a New Approach to Collective Fiscal Decisions
David F. Bradford;Wallace E. Oates.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1971)
NOx emissions from large point sources : variability in ozone production, resulting health damages and economic costs
Denise L. Mauzerall;Babar Sultan;Babar Sultan;Namsoug Kim;David F. Bradford.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
Towards a Predictive Theory of Intergovernmental Grants
David F Bradford;Wallace E Oates.
The American Economic Review (1971)
Constraints on Government Investment Opportunities and the Choice of Discount Rate
David F. Bradford.
The American Economic Review (1972)
An econometric model of the flight to the suburbs
David F. Bradford;Harry H. Kelejian.
Journal of Political Economy (1973)
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