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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 Atkinson, A., F. Alvaredo, T. Piketty and E. Saez The World Top Incomes Database, (web) Atkinson, A., T. Piketty and E. Saez “Top Incomes in the Long Run of History”, Journal of Economic Literature, 49(1), 2011, 3-71. (web) Goolsbee, A. “What Happens When You Tax the Rich? Evidence from Executive Compensation”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 108, 2000, 352-378. (web) Gordon, R.H. and J. Slemrod “Are “Real” Responses to Taxes Simply Income Shifting Between Corporate and Personal Tax Bases?”, NBER Working Paper No. 6576, 2000. (web) Kleven, Henrik, Camille Landais, and Emmanuel Saez “Taxation and International Mobility of Superstars: Evidence from the European Football Market,” NBER Working Paper No. 16545, November 2010, revised June 2011. (web) Kleven, Henrik, Camille Landais, Emmanuel Saez, and Esben Schultz “Taxation and International Migration of Top Earners: Evidence from the Foreigner Tax Scheme in Denmark,” preliminary draft, November 2011. (web) 34 Piketty, T. and E. Saez “Income Inequality in the United States, 19131998”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 116, 2003, 1-39. (web) Piketty, Thomas, Emmanuel Saez, and Stefanie Stantcheva “Optimal Taxation of Top Labor Incomes: A Tale of Three Elasticities,” NBER Working Paper No. 17616, November 2011. (web) Saez, E., J. Slemrod, and S. Giertz (2012) “The Elasticity of Taxable Income with Respect to Marginal Tax Rates: A Critical Review,” Journal of Economic Literature (web)...
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