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Unit Versus Ad Valorem Taxes: Monopoly In General Equilibrium Charles Blackorby and Sushama Murty No 761 WARWICK ECONOMIC RESEARCH PAPERS DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS.
WARWICK ECONOMIC RESEARCH PAPERS DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS. Acknowledgements I thank the Leverhulme Trust, the British Academy, and the University of Warwick Research.Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers.WARWICK ECONOMIC RESEARCH PAPERS DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS. Is the Iceberg Melting Less Quickly? International Trade Costs after World War II Dennis Novyy University of Warwick 10 July 2006 Abstract International trade costs are of vital importance because they determine trade.
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Abstract. The outbreak of coronavirus named COVID-19 has disrupted the Chinese economy and is spreading globally. The evolution of the disease and its economic impact is highly uncertain which makes it difficult for policymakers to formulate an appropriate macroeconomic policy response.
Warwick Economic Research Papers. By: Backus, P. In this paper I estimate income and price elasticities of donations to six different charitable causes to test the assumption that charity is a homogeneous good. In the US, charitable donations can be deducted from taxable income.
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Debra Steubing, Asian Economic Papers, United States; Advisory Board. Choong Yong Ahn, Chung-Ang University, South Korea; Siow Yue Chia, Singapore Institute for International Affairs, Singapore; Gang Fan, National Economic Research Institute, China Reform Foundation, China; Warwick J. McKibbin, Australian National University, Australia.
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