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Distributional Implications of Introducing a Broad-Based Consumption Tax

William M. Gentry, R. Glenn Hubbard

Chapter in NBER book Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 11 (1997), James M. Poterba, editor (p. 1 - 48)
Conference held October 22, 1996
Published in January 1997 by MIT Press
in NBER Book Series Tax Policy and the Economy

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This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w5832, Distributional Implications of Introducing a Broad-Based Consumption Tax, William M. Gentry, R. Glenn Hubbard
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