For a Competitive Tax System, the U.S. Should Copy Estonia Rather than Italy

International Liberty

Whether we’re examining Economic Freedom of the World, Index of Economic Freedom, World Competitiveness Ranking, the Global Competitiveness Report, or the World Bank’s Doing Business, publications that endeavor to give us apples-to-apples comparisons of economic policy provide useful measuring sticks.

I’m especially interested in comparisons that focus on fiscal policy.

So I was very interested to see that the Tax Foundation just released its annual International Tax Competitiveness Index, which measures the quality of tax policy of nations that are part of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Here are highlights from the report, starting with some background.

The structure of a country’s tax code is…

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