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May 13, 2006


Tim Hicks

You might be interested in a working paper by Pablo Beramenda and David Rueda. There is a version at http://mpsa.indiana.edu/conf2003papers/1032122595.pdf. I believe it is in rather different shape these days, but I can't find a newer version available online.

Robert Schwartz

OK: Clue me in. Why should a tax system be expected to have any effect on the real economy. In an an economy where the actors have substantial freedom to set wages and prices, any change in the tax system should be countered by changes in wages and prices that will neutralize it.

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