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Lecture 5 Supplement - 1983 “Measuring the Average...

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Fall 2011 Christina Romer University of California, Berkeley David Romer ECONOMICS 210C / ECONOMICS 236A MONETARY HISTORY SUPPLEMENTAL READINGS SEPTEMBER 21 – EFFECTS OF FISCAL POLICY: TAXES AND FISCAL CONSOLIDATIONS Blanchard, Olivier J., and Roberto Perotti. 2002. “An Empirical Characterization of the Dynamic Effects of Changes in Government Spending and Taxes on Output.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 117 (November): 1329-1368. Romer, Christina, and David H. Romer. 2009. “A Narrative Analysis of Postwar Tax Changes.” Unpublished paper, University of California, Berkeley, June. Kueng, Lorenz. 2011. “Household Consumption Response to Tax News: Identification of Tax News Shocks from Bond Prices.” Unpublished paper, University of California, Berkeley (September). Barro, Robert J., and Chaipat Sahasakul.
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Unformatted text preview: 1983. “Measuring the Average Marginal Tax Rate from the Individual Income Tax.” Journal of Business 56 (October): 419-452. Barro, Robert J., and Chaipat Sahasakul. 1986. “Average Marginal Tax Rates from Social Security and the Individual Income Tax.” Journal of Business 59 (October): 555-566. Alesina, Alberto, and Silvia Ardagna. 2010. “Large Changes in Fiscal Policy: Taxes versus Spending.” Tax Policy and the Economy , 24: 35-68. Alesina, Alberto, and Roberto Perotti. 1995. “Fiscal Expansions and Adjustments in OECD Countries. Economic Policy 10 (October): 207-248. Alesina, Alberto, and Roberto Perotti. 1997. “Fiscal Adjustment in OECD Countries: Composition and Macroeconomic Effects.” Staff Papers—International Monetary Fund 44 (June): 210-148....
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