An Update on the SSRN Paper Regarding Corporate Lobbying and Taxation Effects

Excellent news the past few weeks! My research paper disseminated on SSRN, “Lobbying as Source of Rent Seeking,” has placed in several Top Ten lists amongst recent papers, including all those submitted thus far for the year of 2021 in their respective categories. Currently, the paper is: #1 in LSN (Law): Legislative and Political Process#3Continue reading “An Update on the SSRN Paper Regarding Corporate Lobbying and Taxation Effects”

My Currently Published and Working Papers in Economics, Philosophy, History, and Literature Available Online!

Seth Carter – Academia.edu The link provided directs to my academia.edu account where I have some of my more formal (and more youthful) research and other writing available for free reading! Other free sources hosting my writing and research include this page by the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics and this one byContinue reading “My Currently Published and Working Papers in Economics, Philosophy, History, and Literature Available Online!”

The Time I Published my Philosophy Research with Aporia of Brigham Young University

In my paper, Response to Bernard Williams in “The Self and the Future” published in the Fall 2017 edition of Aporia, the philosophy journal publication service of Brigham Young University whose issue is archived here, I was nervous about my capabilities writing analytic philosophy, particularly of a metaphysical nature. However, some peer editing, a numberContinue reading “The Time I Published my Philosophy Research with Aporia of Brigham Young University”

Lobbying as Source of Rent Seeking: Clarification of the Relationship Between Corporate Lobbying and Firm Tax Benefits

Paper Link My first original, published and well-received economic research paper in 2018 utilizing public choice theory, econometrics, and computational analysis to determine the nature and size of firm unrecognized tax benefits and marginal effective tax rate changes resulting from changes in individual corporate lobbying expenditures at the federal level. Based on panel data ofContinue reading “Lobbying as Source of Rent Seeking: Clarification of the Relationship Between Corporate Lobbying and Firm Tax Benefits”