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Alternative Tax Rules and Personal Saving Incentives: Microeconomic Data and Behavioral Simulations

Martin S. Feldstein, Daniel R. Feenberg

Chapter in NBER book Behavioral Simulation Methods in Tax Policy Analysis (1983), Martin Feldstein, ed. (p. 173 - 210)
Published in 1983 by University of Chicago Press
© 1983 by the National Bureau of Economic Research

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This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w0681, Alternative Tax Rules and Personal Savings Incentives: Microeconomic Data and Behavioral Simulations, Martin Feldstein, Daniel Feenberg
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