September 2012 Policy Study, Number 12-11
Orascom or OraScam? Corporate Income and Property Tax Reform Needed
by Deborah D. Thornton
|Orascom Can Do It Without Taxpayer Money|
|Agriculture in the Heartland|
|Economic Development Incentives: Picking Winners and Losers|
|Iowa TIF Abuse|
|The Way Forward in a Global Economy|
|Conclusion: Corporate Income and Property Tax Reform Needed|
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