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Une première évaluation de la "prime pour l'emploi" à l'aide du modèle MYRIADE

Listed author(s):
  • François Legendre
  • Jean-Paul Lorgnet
  • Florence Thibault

[fre] Nous évaluons, dans cette étude, les effets redistributifs de la très récente création d'un « impôt négatif » - dit prime pour l'emploi - intervenue en France en 2001. Cette évaluation est portée parle modèle de micro-simulation myriade de la Caisse nationale des allocations familiales, et destiné à l'analyse des politiques sociales et fiscales. Notre travail montre que la prime pour l'emploi permet de réduire le taux moyen de prélèvements nets de deux catégories d'individus : les individus les plus modestes qui sont membres d'une famille comprenant un actif occupé et les individus dont le niveau de vie est moyen mais qui supportent un taux moyen de prélèvements nets particulièrement élevé. [eng] The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of the French tax credit -prime pour l'emploi - created in 2001. This assessment has been carried out through simulations made with myriade, a micro-simulation model, currently being built at the Caisse nationale des allocations familiales and specifically designed to analyse tax and socials policies. Our results show that the prime pour l'emploi reduces the average net tax rate for two kinds of individuals: individuals with low income who are members of a family with at least one employed worker and individuals whose standard of living is at the average of the overall population but who support a particularly high net average tax rate.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue économique.

Volume (Year): 53 (2002)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 557-567

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Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_2002_num_53_3_410426
Note: DOI:10.3406/reco.2002.410426
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