Last edited by Shabei
Sunday, August 2, 2020 | History

2 edition of comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition found in the catalog.

comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition

Michael Keen

comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition

by Michael Keen

  • 108 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by University of Essex, Dept. of Economics in [Colchester] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael Keen and Sajal Lahiri.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / University of Essex, Department of Economics -- no.424
ContributionsLahiri, Sajal.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17287880M

  Perfect vs Imperfect Competition. Perfect and Imperfectly competitive markets are very different to one another in terms of the different market conditions that need to be satisfied. The main difference is that, in a perfectly competitive market place, the competitive conditions are much less intense, than any other form of imperfect competition. an origin-based production tax is available. Apart from the above works, there is a large literature comparing des-tination and origin tax principles in open economies.6 It is fair to say that consumption taxes give rise to higher welfare under perfect competition and a noncooperative tax setting (Mintz and Tulkens, , Lockwood,

The choice between the destination and origin principles has been extensively dis- model and have shown that the welfare comparison between the two tax regimes has also not been established so far under conditions of imperfect competition. 4Some caveats to this conclusion should be mentioned. First, production efficiency may not be. con°icting implications for the choice between the destination and origin regimes when tax rates are set non-cooperatively.5 5A still difierent approach is taken by Hau°er and Schjelderup (), who compare the stability of collusive agreements in a repeated game setting under the destination and origin principles. Their.

conflicting implications for the choice between the destination and origin regimes when tax rates are set non-cooperatively.5 5A still different approach is taken by Haufler and Schjelderup (), who compare the stability of collusive agreements in a repeated game setting under the destination and origin principles. Their. This paper addresses a key but neglected task in the theory of international taxation, lent increased urgency by growing awareness of the potential gains from tax coordination: the characterization of Pareto-efficient international tax regimes. It shows that the Diamond- Mirrlees theorem on the desirability of production efficiency, which underlies the key tenets of policy advice in.


Share this book
You might also like
The lion of Cairo

The lion of Cairo

My First Prayer Book 10 Pack (Little Angel (Regina Press))

My First Prayer Book 10 Pack (Little Angel (Regina Press))

land renewed

land renewed

Muscle, brain, and diet

Muscle, brain, and diet

Postmodern art

Postmodern art

Rubens

Rubens

Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf

Polar Bear Provincial Park: master plan.

Polar Bear Provincial Park: master plan.

2nd International Conference on Massively Parallel Computing Systems (Mpcs 96

2nd International Conference on Massively Parallel Computing Systems (Mpcs 96

Buildings

Buildings

Antarctic pelecypods.

Antarctic pelecypods.

Irrigation of the Jordan Valley

Irrigation of the Jordan Valley

Poodle with guitar and dark glasses

Poodle with guitar and dark glasses

Minority group job opportunity and American labor

Minority group job opportunity and American labor

2000 Import and Export Market for Iron and Steel Bars, Rods, and Hollow Mining Drill Steel in Hong Kong

2000 Import and Export Market for Iron and Steel Bars, Rods, and Hollow Mining Drill Steel in Hong Kong

IBM/PC Guide to Accounting for the Manager (256k)

IBM/PC Guide to Accounting for the Manager (256k)

Comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition by Michael Keen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this paper is to begin to compare the two principles under conditions of imperfect competition in the product market. For while there is a large literature on the comparison between destination and origin principles, it has, with only one exception of which we are aware, focussed entirely on the perfectly competitive by: This paper compares destination and origin principles under conditions of imperfect competition.

Previous analyses, which have considered only the competitive case, have led to a (qualified) presumption in favour of the destination by: Keen, Michael & Lahiri, Sajal, "The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition," Journal of International.

Knowing the differences between perfect competition and imperfect competition can help you to identify the competition in the real world market. The first distinguishing point is that perfect competition is a hypothetical situation, which does not apply in the real world while imperfect Competition, is situation that is found in the present day world.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Michael Keen and Sajal Lahiri. "The Comparison Between Destination and Origin Principles Under Imperfect Competition," Economics Discussion PapersUniversity of Essex, Department of Economics.

Michael Keen & Sajal Lahiri, "The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition," IFS Working Papers W94/08, Institute for Fiscal Studies. This paper compares destination and origin principles under conditions of imperfect competition. which challenge that presumption under imperfect competition.

Optimal tax offsets the. "The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition," IFS Working Papers W94/08, Institute for Fiscal Studies. Keen, Michael & Lahiri, Sajal, "The Comparison Between Destination and Origin Principles Under Imperfect Competition," Economics Discussion PapersUniversity of Essex, Department of Economics.

M. Keen, S. LahiriThe comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition Journal of International Economics, 45 (), pp. Google Scholar. imperfect competition with imperfect substitutability of goods.

Taxes levied under either the destination or the origin principle create international spillovers on the profits of foreign firms and a welfare comparison of the Nash equilibria under the two tax regimes yields ambiguous results.

select article The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition. Research article Full text access The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition.

Michael Keen. The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition. the difference between benefit and harmful tax competition.

commodity tax competition under. We analyze the choice between the origin and destination principles of taxation when there is product differentiation and Bertrand competition. If taxes are redistributed to consumers and demand is linear the origin principle dominates the destination principle whatever the degree of product differentiation and extent of economic integration.

A familiar proposition asserting the trade-neutrality of uniform, indirect taxes under both the origin and destination principles is re-examined in the context of a world with trade in.

The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition. Journal of International Economics, 45, – CrossRef Google Scholar. A series of equivalence results are established which show that a switch from a destination regime of commodity taxation to an origin regime has no real effects.

These significantly generalize those in the existing literature. Assuming uniformity of taxes within each country, equivalence applies (1) in a general competitive economy with an arbitrary (finite) number of goods and factors of. This paper shows that the welfare implications of indirect tax harmonization in a two-country imperfectly competitive framework, are, in general, indeterminate in the presence of public goods: Both countries can be made either worse off or better off.

This holds under both the destination and origin principles of taxation and is in sharp contrast to existing results where revenue effects are.

Recent work has started to analyze the choice of international commodity tax base under conditions of imperfect competition. This paper focuses on the effects of changing levels of trade barriers in a model where firms engage in duopoly competition and governments set commodity taxes non-cooperatively.

It is shown that the consumption base (destination principle) dominates the production base. This paper proposes a general framework for analysing commodity tax competition under destination and origin principles, based on three possible tax spillovers, the consumer price spillover, the.

The Comparison Between Destination and Origin Principles Under Imperfect Competition. Michael Keen, Sajal Lahiri; Economics; ; VIEW 1 EXCERPT. The VAT in Developing and Transitional Countries. Richard Bird, Pierre-Pascal Gendron; Business, Economics; ; Designing and Drafting VAT Laws for Africa.

We analyze the choice between the origin and destination principles of taxation when there is product differentiation and Bertrand competition. If taxes are redistributed to consumers and demand is linear the origin principle dominates the destination principle whatever the degree of product differentiation and extent of economic integration.

With nonlinear demand the origin principle.The comparison between destination and origin principles under imperfect competition, (). The origin principle and the welfare gains from indirect tax harmonization.TAX PRINCIPLES AND COORDINATION OF TRADE AND DOMESTIC POLICIES UNDER IMPERFECT COMPETITION.

KENJI FUJIWARA. y. Kwansei Gakuin University Novem Abstract We construct an exporting monopoly model to compare destination-and origin-based commodity taxes in a context of a trade and domes-tic tax reform.

We show that an export tax.