Edited by Peter C.Y. Chow
Chapter 10: Services and income redistribution in specific factors models of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
AbstractThe author applies a specific factors model to analyze the potential income redistribution inside Trans-Pacific partnership (TPP) countries due to increased trade and the changing prices of services, finding that there is a substantial income redistribution between three labor skill groups and industrial capital in the simulations. He argues that tax policies should anticipate rather than react to the pending income redistribution inside the TPP.
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