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The Politics of Income Taxation
A Comparative Analysis
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Tax policy is one of those areas which most political scientists would agree is in need of more attention than has been given hitherto but which nevertheless is mostly left unattended by the community. Steffen Ganghof's new book on the politics of income taxation from the 1980s to the present day is therefore a very timely contribution, which is likely to create a great deal of interest because it sheds light on a complicated issue in an accessible and convincing way. * Journal of European Social Policy *
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Steffen Ganghof is Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Previously he was Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne, Germany. His research focuses on comparative political institutions and political economy, and his articles have appeared in scholarly journals such as The Australian Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Global Social Policy, Party Politics and the Swiss Political Science Review.
Chapter one Introduction Chapter two Conceptual and methodological issues in empirical veto player analysis Chapter three Policy ideal types, policy change and the constraint of tax competition Chapter four Domestic constraints and international policy differences Chapter five Income tax reform in Australia and New Zealand Chapter six Income tax reform in Scandinavia Chapter seven Income tax reform in Germany Chapter eight Party ideology, veto points and the setting of top marginal tax rates Conclusion Income tax policy in open economies Appendix Country abbreviations, sources and definitions