Optimal taxation of top labor incomes: A tale of three elasticities

emmanuelsaez0, SStantcheva, thomaspiketty0, Mon, 12/05/2011

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Topics:  Poverty and income inequality Taxation

Tags:  income inequality, optimal taxation

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