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1.    The "supply-side" economics of the Regan administration (1981-1988)

presumed that income tax cuts would stimulate incentives to work and thereby increases economic growth. Demonstrate this outcome with work-leisure diagram. What does this outcome assume about the relative size of the income and substitution effects? Explain "The predicted increases in work-incentives" associated with the supply-side tax cuts might in fact be more relevant for women than for men.

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