Do Workers Subsidize or Profit from Nonprofit Hospitals? The Impact of State Taxes on the Nonprofit Wage Differential of Hospital Workers
Byrne, Paul F.
PublisherWashburn University. School of Business
SponsorKaw Valley Bank
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This paper examines the nonprofit wage differential in the hospital industry and how differences in the implied subsidy of state and local tax exemption impact the wage differential.
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