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Financing Education Using Optimal Redistributive Taxation

dc.contributor.authorBrett, Craig
dc.contributor.authorWeymark, John A.
dc.description.abstractIn this article, the joint use of an income tax and public provision of education as instruments to achieve the government's distributional objectives are considered. Individuals differ in innate labour productivity and in aptitude to acquire skills through education. Actual labour productivity depends on both innate skill and the amount of education received. Using a generalized version of the Mirrlees tax problem that incorporates these features, qualitative properties of an optimal tax schedule are investigated.
dc.publisherVanderbilt Universityen
dc.titleFinancing Education Using Optimal Redistributive Taxation
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