A win-win measure out of the crisis: A graphical discussion of the tax void
AbstractA win-win measure that will contribute to getting us out of the crisis is the abolition of the tax void in OECD countries. The tax void is explained with graphics and it is shown how it can be eliminated for free. Adjustment costs will lie in understanding and adaptation of administrative procedure and not in the real economy.
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Date of creation: 23 Apr 2009
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financial crisis; economic crisis; stagflation; inflation; unemployment; Phillipscurve; taxes; tax void; optimal taxation;
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