The Dynamic Macroeconomic Effects of Tax Policy in an Overlapping Generations Model
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- Heijdra, Ben J & Ligthart, Jenny E, 2000. "The Dynamic Macroeconomic Effects of Tax Policy in an Overlapping Generations Model," Oxford Economic Papers, Oxford University Press, vol. 52(4), pages 677-701, October.
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KeywordsTax policy; Blanchard model; intertemporal labor supply; overlapping generations; tax incidence; consumption tax; capital stock; consumption taxes; capital income; aggregate consumption;
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