Matt Nolan finished his series of posts on tax by discussing “inflation tax” on interest.co.nz (Infometrics version here). The article covers a lot of ground, discussing monetary policy, “one-off” money financing, and seigniorage. These areas are all related, but all involve special elements.
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We are nearing the end of the tax articles – after this one there is only “inflation tax” left! The current article is on the free lunch associated with externality taxes! As I say at the end of the article, go here and read Eric Crampton talking about them. My key point is that we’ve […]
I am continuing the series on tax over on Rates Blog with a piece on progressivity called “progressivity, how does that work?“. The short answer … magnets: The long answer? You’ll have to go read the post. However, I will give you this here: In today’s article we discussed progressivity, and the complicated interrelationships between […]
Yet more on tax – this is part 5. Here are the blog posts on part 1, part 2, part 2b, part 3, and part 4. The promised “Part 4b” is still in the pipeline – it’ll appear at some point. This time we discussed consumption taxes, and the fact that we may not like […]
Over at Rates Blog they have popped up part 4 of the series on tax I’m popping together. Here are the blog posts linking to part 1, part 2, part 2b, and part 3. I would note this will at least be an eight part series, instead of six now, as I’ve split up this […]
Over on Rates Blog they’ve popped up part three of the six part thing I’m writing about tax. Over here, we’ve blogged on part 1 and part 2, and added a part 2b for kicks. You’ll notice I’m doing sometime pretty specific when I’m loitering around the tax system. I’m talking about the properties of […]