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Comparing inequality aversion across countries when labor supply responses differ

Bibliographic reference Bargain, Olivier ; Dolls, Mathias ; Neumann, Dirk ; Peichl, Andreas ; Siegloch, Sebastian. Comparing inequality aversion across countries when labor supply responses differ. In: International Tax and Public Finance, Vol. 21, no.5, p. 845-873 (2014)
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