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Parametric and Nonparametric Approaches to Price and Tax Reform
Journal of the American Statistical Association
In many public policy problems, we need to estimate the way in which policy changes affect people's behavior. In the analysis of tax and subsidy reform, which is the topic of this paper, we need to know how tax-induced price changes affect the amounts that people buy of the taxed goods. We present various economic and statistical approaches to obtaining the estimates that are required. We consider the structural methods that are standard in economics, where the behavior and welfare ofdoi:10.2307/2669828 fatcat:5v3n6ek745d27huudubnqfapoi