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DOES RAISING TAXES ON THE WEALTHY HURT THE ECONOMY? THE EFFECTS OF TOP MARGINAL INCOME TAX RATES ON GDP GROWTH IN A SAMPLE OF OECD COUNTRIES Parnass, Danielle (Georgetown University, 2013)This thesis assesses whether marginal income tax rates for top earners have an effect on a country's GDP per capita growth. The paper builds upon previous research on the relationship between tax rates and economic growth ...