Intertemporal Revenue-Smoothing in the Postwar United States and Canada
The hypothesis that cooperation between fiscal and monetary authorities to minimize the distortionary costs of financing an exogenous stream of government expenditures implies a long-run relationship between inflation and tax rates is called the revenue-smoothing hypothesis. This paper uses the marginal tax rate as a tax measure, and tests a hierarchy of hypoteses implied by the revenue-smoothing model.
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