Natural geography, firm location and the corporation tax debate
journal contributionposted on 07.12.2016, 15:06 by Julia Darby, Ben FerrettBen Ferrett, Ian Wooton
In this article we describe our ongoing research to investigate the impact of geography on firms' location decisions. This work allows us to comment on a key current policy debate, by assessing whether independent control over corporation tax offers an effective lever for a nation (e.g. Scotland) to offset aspects of geographic disadvantage when competing against other nations within Europe to attract foreign direct inward investment.
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