Explicit Versus Implicit Income Insurance

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Thomas J. Kniesner; James P. Z‎iliak;

October 2001 (Revised from July 2001). Abstract: By supplementing income explicitly through payments or implicitly through taxes collected, income-based taxes and transfers make disposable income less variable. Because disposable income determines consumption, policies ... View more
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