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Unformatted text preview: Total number of foreigners in diﬀerent income groups Control 1 Control 2 Treatment Control 1= annualized income between .8 and .9 of threshold
Control 2= annualized income between .9 and .995 of threshold.
Source: Diamond and Saez JEP'11 REFERENCES
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