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- 1From:Utah Law Review (Vol. 2013, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
- 2From:The Review of Taxation of Individuals (Vol. 12, Issue 3)Citation Only
- 3From:Tax Law Review (Vol. 47, Issue 2)Citation Only
- 4From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 94, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedWith the advent of imperfect competition theory in the 1930s there appeared a profusion of oligopoly theories derived from a host of plausible assumptions, few of them readily testable by empirical evidence. It sometimes...
- 6From:Tax Law Review (Vol. 67, Issue 1)Citation Only
- 7From:UCLA Law Review (Vol. 42, Issue 2)Citation Only
- 8From:Economics Letters (Vol. 135) Peer-ReviewedAbstract Only
- 11From:Utah Environmental Law Review (Vol. 33, Issue 1)Citation Only
- 12From:The Review of Taxation of Individuals (Vol. 12, Issue 4)Citation Only
- 13From:National Tax Journal (Vol. 47, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe question of allocating environmental remediation costs between the present and the future, by currently deducting or capitalizing and depreciating expenses, is equivalent to asking whether cash accounting or accrual...
- 14From:Tax Law Review (Vol. 66, Issue 2)Citation Only
- 15From:National Tax Journal (Vol. 45, Issue 4) Peer-Reviewed"Taxes and Business Strategy" is a joint product of Myron Scholes (best-known for the Black-Scholes options pricing formula) and Mark Wolfson. Both are at the Stanford Business School, and they have often collaborated...
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