How Much Global FDI Is Subject to BEPS Pillar Two?


In the United States, the capital share of income grew over the 1990s and 2000s and the expansion of pass-through businesses played a large role. Household survey data show business income was a primary component behind the rise in income inequality. The same data indicate households at the top of the income distribution also have a high marginal propensity to save. A model accounting for heterogeneity in saving behavior across households demonstrates the capital income shock can have a relatively large effect on the equilibrium interest rate due to the combined effect on capital demand and supply.

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Allan Gregory Auclair
Allan Gregory Auclair
PhD candidate in Economics

Macroeconomist. I study the evolution of corporate profits and the distribution of factor income.