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Ec Analy Commun Iss II

by: Krystel Connelly

Ec Analy Commun Iss II EC 419

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Krystel Connelly on Tuesday September 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EC 419 at University of Oregon taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/187268/ec-419-university-of-oregon in Economcs at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 09/08/15
Lane Transit District Payroll Tax Revenue Analysis Presented to the University of Oregon Department of Economics satisfying research project requirement for EC 419 The Economic Analysis of Community Issues 11 Raymond Morris David Walter Simeon Wessinger under supervision of Professors Bruce Blonigen and Tim Duy Spring 2007 Lane Transit District Payroll TaX Revenue Analysis Raymond Morris David Walter Simeon Wessinger Abstract In this project we analyze payroll tax revenue received by the Lane Transit District LTD Our main focus is to compare the amount of revenue that was collected by LTD for a series of years to the amount that LTD should have received Further we analyze the industry level characteristics of rm churning within an industry taxpayment volatility average rm size per industry number of rms in an industry and mean tax payment amount of an industry to see if there is a correlation between these characteristics and the amount of underpaying that Occurs Approved Professor Bruce Blonigen Date Approved Professor Tim Duy Date Table of Contents Introduction Literature Review Hypothesis Development Data Analysis Basic Statistics and Underpaying Analysis with Results Conclusion Appendix Works Cited 13 14 16 26 28 29


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