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A che cosa servono i modelli di microsimulazione? Tre applicazioni usando microReg

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  • Gianni Betti
  • Maria Luisa Maitino
  • Nicola Sciclone

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MicroReg è un classico modello di microsimulazione, tax-benefit, costruito per la Regione Toscana dall’Irpet. L’obiettivo è quello di garantire al policy maker regionale un adeguato strumento di valutazione e programmazione delle politiche fiscali e di welfare, siano esse attuate a livello nazionale e/o regionale. Diversamente da tutti gli altri modelli di microsimulazione sviluppati nel nostro paese, microReg ha un campo di applicazione multiregionale. Esso fornisce una adeguata base di calcolo, a seguito di un qualche intervento di natura pubblica, dei seguenti aspetti: i) distribuzione dei guadagni e delle perdite fra individui e famiglie; ii) impatto sulle misure di povertà e disuguaglianza; iii) differenze nei costi e nei benefici tra le regioni; variazioni di gettito nazionali e regionali. Il lavoro presenta la struttura del modello e tre applicazioni empiriche.

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Article provided by FrancoAngeli Editore in its journal SCIENZE REGIONALI.

Volume (Year): 2012/2 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 101-119

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Handle: RePEc:fan:scresc:v:html10.3280/scre2012-002006

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Keywords: Microsimulazione; valutazione delle politiche; welfare.;

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  1. Ghezzi Leonardo & Ravagli Letizia & Rosignoli Stefano & Sciclone Nicola, 2013. "The estimate of the tax gap: An application in Tuscany," Politica economica, Società editrice il Mulino, issue 1, pages 91-118.

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