Tax reform evaluation using non-anonymous welfare comparison: An application to a consumption tax

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Reference

Kirn, T. (2013). Tax reform evaluation using non-anonymous welfare comparison: An application to a consumption tax. Paper presented at the 4th General Conference of the International Microsimulation Association, ANU; NATSEM.

Publication type

Refereed Conference Paper

Research

Microsimulation und Model Development
Auftragsforschung, since June 2009

Content of this project is the ongoing development of the Liechtenstein micro-simulation models. There are two basic models: microLIE: PIT is the model of the personal income tax system and microLIE: ... more ...

Persons

Organizational Units

  • Institute for Financial Services
  • Chair for Tax Management and the Laws of Liechtenstein and International Taxation