Effects of the Austrian Income Tax Reform 2015/2016 on Private Consumption: Survey Findings

@inproceedings{Kronberger2018EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of the Austrian Income Tax Reform 2015/2016 on Private Consumption: Survey Findings},
  author={Ralf Kronberger and Christoph von Schmid},
  year={2018}
}
We use survey findings to analyse the effects of the Austrian income tax reform 2015/2016 on private consumption differentiated by income classes. Using survey data, we also estimate the corresponding average marginal propensities to consume and compare them to applied average marginal propensities to consume in economic models used to analyse the previous two income tax reforms in Austria. The estimated average marginal propensity to consume amounts to approximately 0.46, whereby in tendency… CONTINUE READING

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