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What should optimal taxes smooth?

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What should optimal taxes smooth? / Andersen, T.M.; Dogonowski, R.

In: Journal of Public Economic Theory, Vol. 6, 2004, p. 491-507.

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Andersen, TM & Dogonowski, R 2004, 'What should optimal taxes smooth?', Journal of Public Economic Theory, vol. 6, pp. 491-507.

APA

Andersen, T. M., & Dogonowski, R. (2004). What should optimal taxes smooth? Journal of Public Economic Theory, 6, 491-507.

CBE

Andersen TM, Dogonowski R. 2004. What should optimal taxes smooth?. Journal of Public Economic Theory. 6:491-507.

MLA

Andersen, T.M. and R. Dogonowski. "What should optimal taxes smooth?". Journal of Public Economic Theory. 2004, 6. 491-507.

Vancouver

Andersen TM, Dogonowski R. What should optimal taxes smooth? Journal of Public Economic Theory. 2004;6:491-507.

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Andersen, T.M. ; Dogonowski, R. / What should optimal taxes smooth?. In: Journal of Public Economic Theory. 2004 ; Vol. 6. pp. 491-507.

Bibtex

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language = "English",
volume = "6",
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journal = "Journal of Public Economic Theory",
issn = "1097-3923",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.",

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RIS

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