Author: Nett, Lorenz and Wolfgang Peters
Title: Income Taxation and Voluntary Provision of Public Goods - Some Counterintuitive Results
Abstract: In a model of voluntary provision of public goods and endogenous labor supply we will derive some counterintuitive results. First, a reverse ranking between ability and utility may occur. Second, not any tax schedule induces an allocation fulfilling the property of equitability. Third, a Rawlsian optimal tax may be lower than a utilitarian one.
Creation-Date: March 1993
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