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Inverse optimal-tax method, revealed social preferences, political parties, optimal taxation, income redistribution
inverse optimal-tax method, revealed social preferences, political parties, optimal taxation, income redistribution
Discrete choice, household labor supply, latent classes, differences-in-differences, work and care policies
discrete choice, household labor supply, latent classes, differences-in-differences, work and care policies
elasticity of taxable income, hours worked, Netherlands
lifelong learning, tax deduction, RKD, RDD
tax-benefit reform, natural experiments, structural models, Netherlands
NEETs, mandatory activation programs, differences-in-differences, regression discontinuity
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Childcare subsidies, labour participation, hours worked, difference-in-differences
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