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Tax policy and income inequality in the United States, 1979–2007

Bibliographic reference Bargain, Olivier ; Dolls, Mathias ; Immervoll, Herwig ; Neumann, Dirk ; Peichl, Andreas ; et. al. Tax policy and income inequality in the United States, 1979–2007. In: Economic Inquiry, Vol. 53, no.2, p. 1061–1085 (April 2015)
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