Where the Jobs Are and Aren’t

October 9, 2010 at 7:58 am Leave a comment

Where the Jobs Are and Aren’t

By Nick Schulz, DeWitt Wallace Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Editor-in-Chief, American.com

Arnold Kling has an interesting post about whether or not corporations should threaten to exit jurisdictions and relocate to places with a more favorable tax and regulatory climate. It is often difficult for firms to relocate headquarters because the costs of moving are high and might outweigh the benefits. As Kling notes, however, the effect of imprudent tax and regulatory policies manifests itself in all sorts of ways.

This is an interesting read.

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