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Redistribution through education and other transfer mechanisms

Eric Alan Hanushek

Redistribution through education and other transfer mechanisms

by Eric Alan Hanushek

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Subsidies.,
  • Government aid to education.,
  • Tax incentives.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEric Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung, Kuzey Yilmaz.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 8588, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 8588.
    ContributionsLeung, Charles Ka Yui., Yilmaz, Kuzey., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22429584M

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Redistribution through education and other transfer mechanisms by Eric Alan Hanushek Download PDF EPUB FB2

With redistribution through a negative income tax (NIT), all individuals in society receive a lump-sum transfer m which acts as the guaranteed income of an agent with no other income. Labor income is then taxed (or the transfer is reduced by some portion of labor income), but at a rate below by: Educational subsidies are frequently justified as a method of altering the income distribution.

It is thus natural to compare education to other tax-transfer schemes designed to achieve distributional objectives. While equity-efficiency trade-offs are frequently discussed, they are rarely explicitly by: Get this Redistribution through education and other transfer mechanisms book a library.

Redistribution through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms. [Eric A Hanushek; Charles Ka Yui Leung; Kuzey Yilmaz] -- Educational subsidies are frequently justified as a method of altering the income distribution.

It is thus natural to compare education to other tax-transfer schemes designed to achieve. Redistribution through education and other transfer mechanisms Author: Eric A Hanushek ; Charles Ka Yui Leung ; Kuzey Yilmaz ; National Bureau of Economic Research. Redistribution through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms Eric Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung, Kuzey Yilmaz.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Children, Labor Studies, Public Economics, Economics of Education. Educational subsidies are frequently justified as a method of altering the income distribution.

It is thus natural to compare education to other tax-transfer schemes designed to achieve distributional objectives. While equity-efficiency trade-offs are frequently discussed, they are rarely explicitly treated. This paper creates a general equilibrium model of school attendance, labor supply, wage determination, and aggregate production, which is used to compare alternative redistribution devices.

Redistribution Through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms Article in Journal of Monetary Economics 50(8) November with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Redistribution Through Education and Other Mechanisms Under. Capital-Market Imperfections and Uncertainty: A Welfare Effect Analysis Article January with 15 Reads. Educational subsidies are frequently justified as a method of altering the Income distribution. It is thus natural to compare education to other tax-transfer schemes designed to achieve distributional objectives.

While equity-efficiency trade-offs are frequently discussed, they are rarely explicitly treated. Redistribution through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms Educational subsidies are frequently justified as a method of altering the income distribution.

It is thus natural to compare education to other tax-transfer schemes designed to achieve distributional objectives. REDISTRIBUTION THROUGH EDUCATION AND OTHER TRANSFER MECHANISMS () Cached.

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Redistribution through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms Eric Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmaz NBER Working Paper No. November JEL No. D6, H2, I2 ABSTRACT Educational subsidies are frequently justified as Cited by: Hansen and Weisbrod () find that subsidies for higher education redistribute income from the poor to the rich.

I examine the historical debate on redistribution through higher education subsidies and provide more recent evidence that the system does result in a negative redistribution of by:   It has invested relatively little in infrastructure and education ever since independence: Relative to other regions at comparable income levels, Latin America has invested less in its younger generations since the nineteenth century, and since the middle of the twentieth century it has favored its privileged seniors than other regions have done.

Even before the s, when public education Cited by: 4. Redistribution through Education: Chile has been actively promoting access to higher education as a mechanism to reduce its high and stable income inequality.

On the other hand, with a per capita GDP of data to estimate the e↵ect of an increase in public spending on education through a direct cash transfer to families.

We estimate the.Redistribution through Education and Other Transfer Mechanisms. (with Charles Ka Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmaz). (with Charles Ka Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmaz). Journal of Monetary Economic, 50(8), Novemberpp. Full implementation of an intergovernmental transfer system based on revenue capacities and expenditure needs could significantly improve both redistribution and equity objectives of the Chinese authorities.

This was envisaged in the fiscal reforms, but the authorities were unable to implement the measures fully.