indirect taxes

6th Apr 16, 5:35am
by Guest
Huge international study matching tax approaches and subjective wellbeing scores shows that people feel better with 'distortionary' taxes, but growth is higher with 'non-distortionary' taxes: Motu
Huge international study matching tax approaches and subjective wellbeing scores shows that people feel better with 'distortionary' taxes, but growth is higher with 'non-distortionary' taxes: Motu
6th Apr 16, 5:35am
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Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
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Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
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