Marginal tax reform , externalities and income distribution *

@inproceedings{Mayeres2000MarginalTR,
  title={Marginal tax reform , externalities and income distribution *},
  author={Inge Mayeres and Stef Proost},
  year={2000}
}
The paper examines welfare improving revenue neutral marginal policy reforms for an economy with non-identical individuals and an externality with a feedback on the consumption of taxed commodities. The instruments considered are: indirect taxes, the uniform poll transfer and public abatement. This extends the framework of Ahmad and Stern [Journal of Public Economics, 25 (1984) 259–298], Bovenberg and de Mooij ̈ [American Economic Review, 84 (1994) 1085–1089] and Schob [Oxford Economic Papers… CONTINUE READING
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