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Dual Income Tax Reform in Germany. A Microsimulation Approach

By Gerhard Wagenhals


This paper assesses the impact on household labor supply of a Dual Income Tax reform in Germany. It relies on GMOD, a population-based tax-benefit microsimulation model, and uses flexible mixed logit simulation estimators.Dual Income Tax, Labor Supply, Mixed Logit

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