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efficiency cost of increased progressivity
Robert K. Triest
|Statement||Robert K. Triest.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 4535, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4535|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Get this from a library. The efficiency cost of increased progressivity. [Robert K Triest; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Get this from a library. The Efficiency Cost of Increased Progressivity. [Robert K Triest] -- Increases in income tax progressivity generally entail some efficiency cost due to increased distortion of individuals' labor supply decisions.
This paper quantifies the magnitude of the efficiency. Downloadable. Increases in income tax progressivity generally entail some efficiency cost due to increased distortion of individuals' labor supply decisions. This paper quantifies the magnitude of the efficiency cost of several policies which would increase the progressivity of the U.S.
individual income tax. The analysis differs from previous work on this topic in allowing for complex. This book contains nine essays by economists on tax progressivity—how the tax burden is borne across income classes—and how the tax system affects the inequality of income.
It presents the basic facts about how tax progressivity in the U.S. has changed in the s, and assesses its role in exacerbating or offsetting the overall trend Author: Joel Slemrod. This book assembles nine papers on tax progressivity and its relationship to income inequality, written by leading public finance economists.
The papers document the changes during the s in progressivity at the federal, state, and efficiency cost of increased progressivity book level in the by: Case Studies: Compatibility Companies across the nation rely on standards and conformance to increase efficiency, reduce cost, and boost market access for their products and services.
Here are a few examples of how standards and conformance offer strategic opportunities for increased efficiency. This book assembles nine papers on tax progressivity and its relationship to income inequality, written by leading public finance economists.
The papers document the changes during the s in progressivity at the federal, state, and local level in the US.4/5(1). The cost-to-revenue ratio is higher for state corporate tax systems than it is for the federal tax system, presumably reflecting the non-uniformity of tax systems.
In particular, corporate tax officers point to the alternative minimum tax, inventory capitalization rules, and the taxation of foreign-source income as growing sources of complexity.
Downloadable. This paper estimates the marginal efficiency cost of redistribution (MECR) associated with a demogrant and an in-work benefit for the UK sincetaking account of extensive as well as intensive labour supply responses. The principal methodological advance in the paper is its greater allowance for heterogeneity in the population than previous work.
Federal revenue can be increased substantially at the same time that the progressivity and efficiency of the tax code are improved. A more growth-friendly tax system that places less of its burden on taxpayers with limited means is a vital part of any project to promote broadly shared economic growth.
This book assembles nine papers on tax progressivity and its relationship to income inequality, written by leading public finance economists. The papers document the changes during the s in Author: Joel Slemrod.
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progressivity (prō′grĕ-sĭv′ĭ-tē, prŏg′rĕ-) n. progressivities The quality or degree of being progressive: "Proponents of progressivity often argue that higher-income people should pay higher taxes because they benefit more from government" (National Review).
progressivity (ˌprəʊɡrɛˈsɪvɪtɪ) n. The efficiency cost of increased progressivity is found to vary considerably with the type of tax reform considered. Expanding the earned income tax credit (EITC) is found to be a particularly.
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Efficiency Cost of the Personal Income Tax. No consensus exists on the total or marginal deadweight loss from the federal personal income tax. As noted earlier, Hausman estimated the total loss per dollar of revenue collected at % looking only at the labor supply response. John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn Building Galvez Street Stanford, CA Phone: Get in touch.
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Policymakers can directly increase revenues by increasing tax rates, reducing tax breaks, expanding the tax base, improving enforcement, and levying new taxes. They can indirectly increase revenues through policies that increase economic activity, income, and wealth. Policymakers can raise revenues.
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