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Tax y p Revenue Dead Weight Loss SBefore Tax Initial Choice Tax Compensated Choice pY DBefore Tax qA* qB* q x Introduction to Economic Analysis by R. Preston McAfee J. Stanley Johnson Professor of Business, Economics &amp; Management California Institute of Technology 2 0.02 &amp; S S 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 -0.02 Unstable Equilibrium -0.04 Stable Equilibrium 1 McAfee: Introduction to Economic...

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