An inverse-U-shaped curve representing tax revenue as a function of the tax rate, attributed to Arthur Laffer. Although the idea that a rise in tax rate can reduce tax revenue is mostly based on induced reduction of work effort, for some types of taxes -- especially corporate -- movement of activity to another tax jurisdiction or country can have the same effect.
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