The Interaction of Corporate and Government Financing in General Equilibrium
This article develops a general equilibrium model for analyzing the in teraction of corporate financial and production decisions, consumers' behavior, and government financing. The authors use the model to inv estigate how changes in income tax rates and government debt policy a ffect production, interest rates, and consumer welfare. They also sho w how changes in the different tax rates affect other tax rates in ge neral equilibrium. Copyright 1988 by the University of Chicago.
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