Tax Policy and Returns to Education

This paper considers how asymmetric tax treatment, where labour market earnings are taxed but household production is untaxed, aspects educational choice and labour supply. We show that taxes on labour market earnings can generate a large (non-marginal) switch to home production and the ensuing dead...

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Main Author: Booth, Alison Lee
Coles, Melvyn Glyn
Format: Paper
Language: English
Place of publication: 01.12.2008
Related: Centre for Economic Policy Research, Research School of Economics, Australian National University
Data of publication: 2008/12
Series: CEPR Discussion Papers
Online Access: available in Bonn?
Database: RePEc
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