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The legal and illegal markets for taxed goods and taxation policy

The legal and illegal markets for taxed goods and taxation policy

pure theory and an application to state government taxation of distilled spirits.

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Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 49026
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 94 l.
Number of Pages94
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Open LibraryOL1368447M
LC Control Number92895744

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The legal and illegal markets for taxed goods and taxation policy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The discussion concentrates on partial equilibrium analysis of one taxed market, and develops a two-market model of the legal and illegal markets for the taxed good.

According to the two market model, the observed legal market demand and supply curves should possess properties that differ from the predictions of the traditional analysis.

Analysis of state government taxation of distilled spirits. The legal and illegal markets for taxed goods: pure theory and an application to state government taxation of distilled spirits Author: Rodney T Smith ; Rand Corporation.

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