March 1, 1976

Revenue Structure, Fiscal Illusion, and Budgetary Choice

  • Richard Wagner

    Distinguished Senior Fellow, F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics and Economics
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The central question addressed in this paper is whether a choice between financing public output from a single tax or from a variety of smaller taxes will affect the stock of taxpayer knowledge about tax-prices, and though this, affect public budgetary choices.

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