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LESON22B - Econ 275 Public Finance Winter 1994 Lesson#21...

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Econ 275 - Public Finance - Winter 1994 - 3/22/94 - Lesson #21 - leson21b.275-- Page -- Admin: Hand back Andrea's paper. Announce next week's forum. What are some questions we could ask? Should we do it? Ch 11 - Taxation and efficiency - Just do the labor effects and note the Hawaii experiment. Effect on the demand for labor. Changes the value of the marginal product. Reduces demand for labor. Ad Valorem taxation: Much the same. Does matter ever so slightly who pays the tax. Perfectly inelastic supply suggests workers pay the full tax--it is not split between employers and employees. Next do the case of monopoly. Changes effective demand. Ideas for today's presentation Apply to ad valorem taxation Taxation with monopoly Effects on labor -- Value of marginal product as the demand for labor in a competitive market. Interesting example with Hawaii research by Norm Thurston. Employers mandated to pay for health benefits. It appears that
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2010 for the course ECON 275 taught by Professor Mcintyre during the Winter '05 term at BYU.

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LESON22B - Econ 275 Public Finance Winter 1994 Lesson#21...

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