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Wirkungen alternativer Steuerreformmodelle auf die Einkommensverteilung von Freien und anderen Berufen

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  • Merz, Joachim
  • Stolze, Henning
  • Zwick, Markus

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Auf der Grundlage von Vergleichen zwischen dem früheren Steuersystem mit der Steuerreform von 2000/2005 und konkurrierenden Alternativen werden in dieser Studie Verteilungsund Umverteilungseffekte auf die Gruppe der Selbständigen (Freie Berufe und Unternehmer) und anderen sozioökonomischen Gruppen untersucht. Zusätzlich wird die Ungleichheitsverteilung einzelner sozioökonomischer Untergruppen im Vergleich zur gesamten Ungleichheit mit Hilfe einer Dekompositionsanalyse untersucht. Grundlage der Untersuchung sind anonymisierte Mikrodatenfiles der deutschen Einkommenssteuerstatistik, die das Statistische Bundesamt der Wissenschaft zur Verfügung stellt. Nur mit solchen Mikrodaten sind besonders aussagekräftige Analysen der oft vernachlässigten Selbständigen möglich; konventionelle Umfragen erlauben höchstens eingeschränkte Analysen über Einkommen und Steuerlast der Selbständigen.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 5844.

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Keywords: alternative Steuerreformmodelle; Einkommensverteilung; Freie Berufe; Selbstständige;

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  1. Gerhard Wagenhals, 2001. "Incentive and Redistribution Effects of the "Karlsruher Entwurf zur Reform des Einkommenssteuergesetzes"," Diskussionspapiere aus dem Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre der Universität Hohenheim 194/2001, Department of Economics, University of Hohenheim, Germany.
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