Can Redistributive State Taxes Reduce Inequality? Andrew Leigh

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Andrew Leigh
Do income taxes levied at a state or regional level affect the after-tax distribution of income? Or do workers merely move between regions, causing pre-tax wages to adjust? Andrew Leigh draws on evidence from the United States and the European Union to explore this question.
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