Optimal Taxation with Behavioral Agents
NBER Working Paper No. 21524
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For excellent research assistance we thank D. Basak, J. Bloesch, V. Chau, C. Wang, and for helpful comments we thank the editor and referees, seminar participants at Berkeley, BEAM, BRIC, Brown, BU, Chicago, Columbia, Harvard, IIES, NBER, NYU, Princeton, PSE, Stanford, the UCL conference on behavioral theory, Yale, and H. Allcott, R. Chetty, P. Diamond, S. Dellavigna, A. Frankel, M. Gentzkow, E. Glaeser, O. Hart, E. Kamenica, L. Kaplow, W. Kopczuk, D. Laibson, B. Lockwood, U. Malmendier, C. Phelan, E. Saez, B. Salanie, J. Schwarzstein, A. Shleifer, T. Stralezcki, and D. Taubinsky. Gabaix thanks INET, the NSF (SES-1325181) and the Sloan Foundation for support. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.