Reflections on the Role of Optimal Design in the Tax Policy Process
In: New Directions for Intelligent Government in Canada: Papers in Honour of Ian Stewart
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|This chapter was published in: Fred Gorbet & Andrew Sharpe (ed.) New Directions for Intelligent Government in Canada: Papers in Honour of Ian Stewart, Centre for the Study of Living Standards, pages 205-210, 2011.|
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