Population Policy and the Taxation of Family Size
This chapter discusses population policy, mostly in terms of the natural policy for affecting population size: taxes and subsidies that are related to family size. The question that is addressed is: under what assumptions it is desirable to tax families for increasing their size? It is also noted in this chapter that despite being a difficult subject, people seem to have rather simple ideas about population.
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