The Theory of Optimal Taxation
This chapter discusses the theory of optimal taxation, without including a discussion on the optimization of macro-economic models that are used to treat several aspects of public policy. Information is considered as the central element in the theory. The discussion also includes two possible approaches in making well-based recommendations about public policy.
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