Marginal Excess Burdens of Taxes on Capital and on Labour Income in a Small Open Economy
This paper uses a simple one-sector general equilibrium model to compare the marginal excess burden of taxes on labour income and taxes on capital. It is shown that if there is a positive tax on capital, conventional measures of the marginal excess burden of taxes on labour income such as that of Browning (1987) will tend to understate the true marginal excess burden.
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|Date of creation:||1999|
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