Steuerpolitik und Arbeitslosigkeit
Clemens Fuest discusses the employment and welfare effects of tax reforms in economies with equilibrium unemployment. He analyses the employment effects of tax progression, taking into account indiviual working time and human capital formation. He also compares labour and capital subsidies as instruments to fight unemployment. (Published in German.)
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