Taxation and Economic Behaviour: Introductory Surveys in Economics

Taxation and Economic Behaviour: Introductory Surveys in Economics

by John Creedy
     
 

Most of the 13 surveys were written during the late 1990s, and are here reproduced from their original journal publication. They address a range of readers from undergraduates to professionals. Seven focus on measuring issues in such areas as income inequality, poverty, and welfare changes and the excess burden of taxation. Other topics include behavioral… See more details below

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Most of the 13 surveys were written during the late 1990s, and are here reproduced from their original journal publication. They address a range of readers from undergraduates to professionals. Seven focus on measuring issues in such areas as income inequality, poverty, and welfare changes and the excess burden of taxation. Other topics include behavioral microsimulation with labor supply responses, some basic analytics of taxes and transfer with endogenous earnings, labor supply and welfare with piecewise linear budget constraints, and the built-in flexibility of income and consumption taxes. Some of articles are double spaced. There is no subject index. Creedy (economics, U. of Melbourne) promises a second volume soon.

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ISBN-13:
9781840647327
Publisher:
Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
09/01/2001
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

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