Gender and Tax


(forthcoming in GENDER AND POLITICS, Jyl Josephson and Susan Tolleson-Rinehard, eds. (M.E. Sharpe)) R. Michael Alvarez* and Edward J. McCaffery** INTRODUCTION Given the stakes involved, there has been surprisingly little empirical analysis of gender-based differences in attitudes towards specific aspects of taxation. Most of the literature on the so-called gender gap in political behavior has focused on the effects of gender on voting behavior in presidential or congressional elections (Chaney,…
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