I generally meet any and all deadlines, but not without reasonable and even at times unreasonable anxiety. (Although, as Bush would say, I sleep reasonably well notwithstanding.)
Chapter headings for the book - which I hope will appeal to policymakers and academics as well as being well-suited to assign as course reading to students in various types of institutions - are as follows:
Part One: Basics
2. Why Have a Corporate Tax?
3. Efficiency Problems With the Corporate Tax
4. Pillars of Sand in the Structure of the Corporate Tax
Part Two: Economic Theory Meets the Corporate Tax
5. “Old Harberger” Versus “New Harberger” and the Structure of the Corporate Tax
6. The “Old View” Versus the “New View” of Dividend Taxation
7 Debt and Equity: Tradeoff Theory Versus the Miller Equilibrium
Part Three: The International Dimension
9. International Tax Policy Dilemmas
Part Four: Where Do We Go From Here?
10. The Emerging Brave New World
11. Corporate Integration
12. Other Possible New Directions for the