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Reference: Stephen Bond and Matthew Wakefield, The distributional effects of fiscal reforms since 1997 In Robert Chote ed., Carl Emmerson ed., Helen Simpson ed. (2003). The IFS Green Budget: January 2003. London: IFS. 112 - 128.Citable link to this page:

 

The distributional effects of fiscal reforms since 1997.

Abstract: The aim of this chapter is to gain a deeper understanding of how tax andbenefit reforms have affected different groups in the population. Thediscussion will also cover the issue of how the burden of ‘taxes on businesses’has changed. But, in considering this, it is important to remember thatindividuals ultimately pay all taxes. So our main focus is how the reformshave affected people at different points in the income distribution.

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Host: The IFS Green Budget: January 2003see more from themIdentifiers

Doi: https://doi.org/10.1920/co.ifs.2003.0092

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Language: en

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Autor: Stephen Bond - - - Matthew Wakefield - - - - Bibliographic Details Host: The IFS Green Budget: January 2003 see more from them -

Fuente: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:7caa9814-4f9c-4cc6-9e1e-cc29a6c42ae8



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