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A dynamic analysis of taxation

Osvaldo H. Schenone

A dynamic analysis of taxation

by Osvaldo H. Schenone

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Written in English


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Statementby Osvaldo Horacio Schenone.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 50932 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 111 leaves.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1826502M
LC Control Number89893466

The Economics of Taxation offers a thorough discussion of the consequences of taxes on economic decisions and equilibrium outcomes, as well as useful insights into how policy makers should design Author: Bernard Salanie. Economic analysis of taxation provides valuable input for EU policy making and helps the understanding of tax structures and developments in the EU. The results of this work feed into numerous policy processes at EU level (e.g. the European Semester, and initiatives on tax transparency and the fight against tax avoidance) and also provide.

  See Tracy L. Foertsch and Ralph A. Rector, “The Treasury Department’s Dynamic Analysis of President Bush’s Tax Relief Plan: A Summary . The macro approach to optimal taxation extends the static framework of Mirrlees () to dynamic environments to be able to address questions such as the ones above. A more recent strand of this literature - that we refer to as the New Dynamic Public Fi-nance (see, for example, Werning (a), Golosov, Kocherlakota, and Tsyvinski ().

Get this from a library! Property Taxation, Zoning, and Efficiency: A Dynamic Analysis. [Stephen Coate] -- This paper revisits the classic argument that a system of local governments financing public service provision via property taxes will produce an efficient allocation of both housing and services if. Dynamic Revenue Analysis: Experience of the States Introduction Revenue analysis, as traditionally employed by most states, estimates the direct or “static” effect of a tax policy change and may also include an estimate of behavioral responses to a tax change.


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