Voting over income tax progression in a two period model / by J. Creedy and P. Francois Creedy, John, 1949-

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Creedy, John, 1949-
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The Journal of Public Economics
Income tax - Mathematical models.; Income tax -- Research; Voting -- Economic aspects
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An analysis of income tax progression is presented. The analysis assumes that individuals have the power to change taxable income schedules through voting. A 1977 Roberts's research establishes a choice set for voting over a linear negative income tax. It is shown that results of the 1977 research does not apply to the case of an income tax schedule which is conditioned by a tax-free threshold in the two-period example.
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