International Externalities in the Use of Domestic Policies to Redistribute Income
Alan V. Deardorff
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Economics
A1.159 WP 405
Policies to redistribute income between high- and low-income groups are well known to distort factor supply decisions and thereby to generate deadweight losses incidental to income redistribution. This paper examines the effects that these same distortions may also have on factor supplies themselves, and thus on the implied patterns of production and international trade.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 29
JEL Classification: F11, D33working papers series
Date posted: March 3, 1998
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