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The Ahmad-Stern approach revisited

By Carlos M. Urzúa

Abstract

This paper extends the methodology first proposed by Ahmad and Stern for the design of tax reforms that are optimal at the margin. The extension centers on a sharper approximation of welfare measures. The original approach and its variant are illustrated in the case of the current Mexican tax system.marginal tax analysis

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