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Évaluation de six propositions de réforme de la TVA sur données microéconomiques

  • Baccouche, Rafiq

    (Groupe de recherche en économie mathématique et quantitative (GREMAQ), Université des Sciences Sociales de Toulouse)

  • Laisney, François

    (Institut für international vergleichende Wirtschofts-und Sozialstatistik, Universität Heidelberg)

We use King's methodology to describe the welfare effects of six VAT reform proposals for France, among which the proposal of the European Commission. Nous utilisons la méthodologie de King pour décrire en termes de variation de bien-être les effets de six propositions de réforme de la TVA pour la France, parmi lesquelles figure celle de la Commission Européenne.

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Article provided by Société Canadienne de Science Economique in its journal L'Actualité économique.

Volume (Year): 64 (1988)
Issue (Month): 2 (juin)
Pages: 178-208

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