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  • Higher tax rates on labor income and consumption expenditures lead to less work time in the legal market sector, more time working in the...

Published Versions

Gomez Salvador, R., A. Lamo, B. Petrongolo, M. Ward, and E. Wasmer (eds.) Labour Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe. Edward Elgar Press, 2005.

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