Approximating tax effects in an infinitely lived agent growth model using Chebyshev collocation
Paper approximates long run implications of different tax schedules, i.e. using Chebyshev collocation. Model argues in favor of flat taxes and operates within an Arrow - Debreu environment. We approximate steady state Euler equations of an infinitely-lived-representative-agent exogenous growth model with elastic labor supply
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