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Title: Globalization and U.S. corporate tax policies: evidence from import competition
Authors: Chen, Tao
Lin, Chen
Shao, Xiang
Keywords: Business::Finance
Issue Date: 2022
Source: Chen, T., Lin, C. & Shao, X. (2022). Globalization and U.S. corporate tax policies: evidence from import competition. Management Science, 68(8), 6145-6162. https://dx.doi.org/10.1287/mnsc.2021.4121
Project: M4081437.010
RG166/18
Journal: Management Science
Abstract: This paper studies how globalization affects the corporate tax policies of U.S. manufacturing firms. Using U.S.-granting China Permanent Normal Trade Relations as a quasi-natural experiment, we find a significant increase in tax reduction activities for firms facing higher exposure to Chinese imports. The effect is more pronounced for firms with higher managerial slack. We also find that the effect is stronger for firms in less diversified products market and faster changing industries. We also show that U.S. firms facing higher Chinese import competition are more likely to engage in other tax-motivated activities: acquisition of subsidiaries in low-tax regions and suspected transfer pricing. Furthermore, we explore the 2017 tax cut and the recent U.S.-China trade dispute and find that firms engage less in tax reduction activities after the 2017 tax cut and after the tariff increase for Chinese imports.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/164063
ISSN: 0025-1909
DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2021.4121
Schools: Nanyang Business School 
Rights: © 2021 INFORMS. All rights reserved.
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