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Do general and firm-specific employer payroll taxes have the same incidence?: Theory and evidence

Francois Vaillancourt and Nicolas Marceau ()

Economics Letters, 1990, vol. 34, issue 2, 175-181

Date: 1990
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Working Paper: Do General and Firm-Specific Employer Payroll Taxes Have the Same Incidence? Theory and Evidence (1989)
Working Paper: DO GENERAL AND FIRM-SPECIFIC EMPLOYER PAYROLL TAXES HAVE THE SAME INCIDENCE? THEORY AND EVIDENCE (1989)
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