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I propose a method to decompose changes in income inequality into the contributions of policy changes, wage rate … apply this method to decompose the increase in income inequality in Germany from 2002 to 2011, a period that saw tax … inequality reducing effect as measured by the Mean Log Deviation and the Gini coefficient. For the Gini, these effects are offset …
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I propose a method to decompose changes in income inequality into the contributions of policy changes, wage rate … apply this method to decompose the increase in income inequality in Germany from 2002 to 2011, a period that saw tax … inequality reducing effect as measured by the Mean Log Deviation and the Gini coefficient. For the Gini, these effects are offset …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011568532
I propose a method to decompose changes in income inequality into the contributions of policy changes, wage rate … apply this method to decompose the increase in income inequality in Germany from 2002 to 2011, a period that saw tax … inequality reducing effect as measured by the Mean Log Deviation and the Gini coefficient. For the Gini, these effects are offset …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011569309
In cross-sectional studies, countries with greater income inequality typically exhibit less support for government …-led redistribution and greater acceptance of wage inequality (e.g., United States versus Western Europe). If individual nations evolve … along this pattern, a vicious cycle could form with reduced social concern amplifying primal increases in inequality due to …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10012148202
In cross-sectional studies, countries with greater income inequality typically exhibit less support for government …-led redistribution and greater acceptance of wage inequality (e.g., United States versus Western Europe). If individual nations evolve … along this pattern, a vicious cycle could form with reduced social concern amplifying primal increases in inequality due to …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010945116
compensated by a revenue-neutral reduction in income-related taxes. Based on a dual data base and a microsimulation model of labor … on inequality and progressivity become substantially lower when payroll taxes are reduced, which is due to increased work …
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compensated by a revenue-neutral reduction in income-related taxes. Based on a dual data base and a microsimulation model of labor … on inequality and progressivity become substantially lower when payroll taxes are reduced, which is due to increased work …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010225955
This papers quantifies the redistributive effects on progressivity, poverty and welfare, that would occur if the monetary benefits currently in place in the Spanish system were to be replaced by a neutral alternative in terms of spending, granting a universal basic income (UBI) to everyone. We...
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the tax-and-benefit microsimulation model with the discrete labour supply model. Our results show that both individual and …
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and re-weighting techniques. Decomposition of the total change in inequality showed that income and policy effects are …This paper aims to disentangle the driving factors behind the changes in income inequality in the Baltics since the EU …. Evaluation of the three effects was based on counterfactual scenarios, which were constructed using taxbenefit microsimulation …
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