The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly

Bayındır-Upmann T (2001)
Bulletin of Economic Research 53(3): 191-205.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The author argues that a government taxing a polluting monopoly by means of levies on output and inputs can implement the first-best allocation through a continuum of tax profiles. Using this degree of freedom in the tax system, the government is, in general, able to transfer income from the firm to the public sector, so that the additional tax rate acts as a non-distorting tax on profits. This transfer – and therefore public revenue – is the higher, the lower (higher) the input taxes are, and correspondingly the higher (lower) the output tax is, provided that the production function exhibits decreasing (increasing) returns to scale.
Erscheinungsjahr
2001
Zeitschriftentitel
Bulletin of Economic Research
Band
53
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
191-205
ISSN
0307-3378
eISSN
1467-8586
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2958451

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Bayındır-Upmann T. The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly. Bulletin of Economic Research. 2001;53(3):191-205.
Bayındır-Upmann, T. (2001). The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly. Bulletin of Economic Research, 53(3), 191-205. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8586.00130
Bayındır-Upmann, T. (2001). The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly. Bulletin of Economic Research 53, 191-205.
Bayındır-Upmann, T., 2001. The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly. Bulletin of Economic Research, 53(3), p 191-205.
T. Bayındır-Upmann, “The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly”, Bulletin of Economic Research, vol. 53, 2001, pp. 191-205.
Bayındır-Upmann, T.: The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly. Bulletin of Economic Research. 53, 191-205 (2001).
Bayındır-Upmann, Thorsten. “The (Non-)Equivalence of Input and Output Taxes Under Monopoly”. Bulletin of Economic Research 53.3 (2001): 191-205.

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