This paper studies equilibrium effects of fiscal policy within a dynamic general equilibrium model where tax evasion and underground activities are explicitly incorporated. In particular, the paper analytically measures (both from a theoretical and empirical viewpoint) of how much the underground sector mitigates the distortionary impact of fiscal policies, while lessening the drop (rise) of aggregate production after contractionary (expansionary) tax shifts.

Equilibrium implications of fiscal policy with tax evasion: A long run perspective

CHIARINI, Bruno;BUSATO, Francesco;
2012

Abstract

This paper studies equilibrium effects of fiscal policy within a dynamic general equilibrium model where tax evasion and underground activities are explicitly incorporated. In particular, the paper analytically measures (both from a theoretical and empirical viewpoint) of how much the underground sector mitigates the distortionary impact of fiscal policies, while lessening the drop (rise) of aggregate production after contractionary (expansionary) tax shifts.
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