It Pays to Cut Taxes

This report of a conference organised by the ASI in 1986 looks at the merits of reducing taxes. The conference was chaired by Andrew Neil and boasted a list of speakers which included James Gwartney, Lawrence Lindsey, George Gilder and Tom Bethell. At a time when much economic debate was and still is devoted to the relative merits of tax cuts or increased spending, the Adam Smith Institute felt that some consideration should be given to the effectiveness of tax cuts, particularly at the upper levels, in achieving greater revenues.

[gview file=""]