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The typical method of solving for the optimal nonlinear tax schedule relies on deriving optimal incentive-compatible allocations. While this “primal approach” is mathematically rigorous, it lacks intuitive appeal. This paper considers a different method that relies on directly solving for the...
Policymakers were surprised to find increases in sales tax revenues in 2020 due to expectations that they would drop 8–20%. We investigate this puzzle and provide novel insights into consumption taxes based on this experience. Using a case study from the State of Utah, we document that shifts in...
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