Tax competition reconsidered
Dhillon, A., Wooders, M. and Zissimos, B., 2007. Tax competition reconsidered. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 9 (3), pp. 391-423.
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In a classic model of tax competition, this paper shows that the level of public good provision and taxation in a decentralized equilibrium can be efficient or inefficient with either too much or too little public good provision. The key is whether there exists a unilateral incentive to deviate from the efficient state and, if so, whether this entails raising or lowering taxes. A priori, there is no reason to suppose the incentive is in either one direction or the other.
|Creators||Dhillon, A., Wooders, M. and Zissimos, B.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Economics|
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