Constraints on Non-Linear Pricing and Taxation
Optimal linear and non-linear taxation models represent the ends of a spectrum of constraints on feasible tax systems. The continuum in between is little explored, despite the fact that nonlinear taxation Pareto dominates linear taxation, but linear taxation is the more common. The same is true for nonlinear pricing.
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