Elena Patel
Elena Patel
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The long-term effects of California’s 2004 paid family leave act on women’s careers: Evidence from US tax data
MJ Bailey, TS Byker, E Patel, S Ramnath
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
How Do Firms Respond to Corporate Taxes
JL Coles, E Patel, N Seegert, M Smith
Available at SSRN 3167369, 2019
What would a cash flow tax look like for US companies? Lessons from a historical panel
E Patel, J McClelland
Office of Tax Analysis Working Paper 116, 2017
Investment differences between public and private firms: Evidence from US tax returns
N Feldman, L Kawano, E Patel, N Rao, M Stevens, J Edgerton
Journal of Public Economics 196, 104370, 2021
Estimates of US postal price elasticities of demand derived from a random-coefficients discrete-choice normal model
MM Cigno, ES Patel, ES Pearsall
Reforming the Postal Sector in the Face of Electronic Competition, 2013
Does market power encourage or discourage investment? Evidence from the Hospital Market
E Patel, N Seegert
The Journal of Law and Economics 63 (4), 667-698, 2020
Marijuana taxation and imperfect competition
C Mace, E Patel, N Seegert
National Tax Journal 73 (2), 545-592, 2020
Examining S-Corporation Losses and How They Are Used
K Lim, E Patel, M Saunders-Scott
National Tax Journal 71 (4), 661-686, 2018
A Proposal for a Federal Paid Parental and Medical Leave Program
T Byker, E Patel
The Hamilton Project, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 2021
Dynamic patterns of loss use and effective tax rates: owners of S-corporations
L Goodman, E Patel, M Saunders-Scott
Available at SSRN 3592884, 2020
Tax Enforcement and the Intended and Unintended Consequences of Information Disclosure
L Konda, E Patel, N Seegert
Available at SSRN 3592114, 2020
Best of the Corporate Bunch
J Hines Jr, E Patel, N Seegert, M Smith
A Random-Coefficients Discrete-Choice Normal Model of Demand
MM Cigno, ES Patel, ES Pearsall
manuscript available at the PRC webpage www. prc. gov, 2012
Inducing Labor: the Impact of Health Insurance on Post-Natal Labor Supply
I Lurie, E Patel, S Ramnath
Available at SSRN 3882237, 2021
Too “Small” to Fail: A Dynamic Analysis of Small Business Growth and Policy
R Prisinzano, E Patel
113th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2020
Taxation, Social Welfare, and Labor Market Frictions
B Epstein, M Orak, R Nunn, E Patel
FRB International Finance Discussion Paper, 2020
Research on the Economics of Health Policy
JP Clemens, T Gross, E Patel
112th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2019
How Variable Is the Elasticity of Corporate Taxable Income: Evidence Using Multiple Kinks
J Hines, N Seegert, E Patel, M Smith
112th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2019
Best of the Bunch? An Exploration of New Methods for Estimating Tax Elasticities
E Patel, J Hines, N Seegert, M Smith
111th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2018
Do publicly-traded firms invest myopically? Evidence from US tax returns
N Feldman, L Kawano, E Patel, US OTA, N Rao, J Edgerton, JP Morgan
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