Condiciones de la política de impuestos para mantener la polarización y la desigualdad

  • Luis Antonio Andrade Rosas Facultad de Negocios, Universidad La Salle, Cd. de México.
Palabras clave: Tax policy, inequality, polarization, income distribution

Resumen

The polarization is a measure that represents the inequity between groups.These groups are identified in a manner that if there is not identification within the group, polarization and inequality will be the same. This work shows the conditions that must satisfy a proportional tax policy to maintain the degree of polarization.The literature shows that inequality remains unchanged; however, to maintain the polarization unchanged, the tax policies are special and are more stringent when the degree of group identification is increasing. In particular, emerge negative policies, such as subsidies.

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Publicado
2016-08-21
Cómo citar
Andrade Rosas, L. (2016). Condiciones de la política de impuestos para mantener la polarización y la desigualdad. EconoQuantum, 13(2), 33-50. https://doi.org/10.18381/eq.v13i2.6020