Estimated Payroll Tax Incidence and Aggregate Demand for Labour in the United Kingdom

@article{Beach1983EstimatedPT,
  title={Estimated Payroll Tax Incidence and Aggregate Demand for Labour in the United Kingdom},
  author={C. Beach and Frederick Balfour},
  journal={Economica},
  year={1983},
  volume={50},
  pages={35-48}
}
The payroll tax should be of interest to empirical researchers for a number of reasons. It is a large and growing source of government revenues in many countries such as United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. It is also a major source of funds out of which important social security benefits such as unemployment insurance and public pensions are paid. However, while relatively easy to collect and administer, the payroll tax may be distributionally regressive and contradict the equal… Expand
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