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Charles Vellutini and Juan Carlos Benitez
This paper presents a novel technique to measure and compare the redistributive capacity of observed tax (or transfer) policies. The technique is based on income distribution simulations and controls for differences in pre-tax income distributions. It assumes that the only information on the pre-tax distribution available in each country-year is the Gini coefficient and the mean (GDP per capita). We illustrate the technique with an application to the personal income tax, using a dataset of 108 countries over the 2007-2018 period.
Charles Vellutini and Juan Carlos Benitez

This paper presents a novel technique to measure and compare the redistributive capacity of observed tax (or transfer) policies. The technique is based on income distribution simulations and controls for differences in pre-tax income distributions. It assumes that the only information on the pre-tax distribution available in each country-year is the Gini coefficient and the mean (GDP per capita). We illustrate the technique with an application to the personal income tax, using a dataset of 108 countries over the 2007-2018 period.

Charles Vellutini and Juan Carlos Benitez

, or IMF management. Abstract This paper presents a novel technique to measure and compare the redistributive capacity of observed tax (or transfer) policies. The technique is based on income distribution simulations and controls for differences in pre-tax income distributions. It assumes that the only information on the pre-tax distribution available in each country-year is the Gini coefficient and the mean (GDP per capita). We illustrate the technique with an application to the personal income tax, using a dataset of 108 countries over the 2007–2018 period

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

, legal, and financial aspects This is the first comprehensive examination of the formal, legal, and financial characteristics of stand-by arrangements. It describes the relation of this novel technique to the law and policies governing the use by members of the Fund’s financial resources. Illustrative stand-by documents, consisting of the stand-by arrangement itself and the member’s letter of intent which is annexed to it, are provided and analyzed paragraph by paragraph in detail. The book concludes with much reference material relating to stand-by arrangements

Madhusudan S. Joshi

the formal, legal, and financial characteristics of stand-by arrangements. It describes the relation of this novel technique to the law and policies governing the use by members of the Fund’s financial resources. Illustrative stand-by documents, consisting of the stand-by arrangement itself and the member’s letter of intent which is annexed to it, are provided and analyzed paragraph by paragraph in detail. The book concludes with much reference material relating to stand-by arrangements and the use of the Fund’s resources. The author is General Counsel of the

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

. The gap between the poorest countries and the rest of humanity is larger than ever. And then comes the shuddering blow of the conflict in Bengal and the flight of more than nine million desperate people.” the stand-by arrangements of the international monetary hind by JOSEPH GOLD Price: $4.00 (or equivalent in most other currencies) This is the first comprehensive examination of the formal, legal, and financial characteristics of stand-by arrangements. It describes the relation of this novel technique to the law and policies governing the

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

, Maryland 21218, U.S.A. THE STAND-BY ARRANGEMENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND A Commentary on Their Formal, Legal, and Financial Aspects by JOSEPH GOLD Price: $4.00 (or the equivalent in most other currencies) This is the first comprehensive examination of the formal, legal, and financial characteristics of stand-by arrangements. It describes the relation of this novel technique to the law and policies governing the use by members of the Fund’s financial resources. Illustrative stand-by documents, consisting of the stand-by arrangement

Mr. Joseph Gold

the Bank of England who had first proposed it. Under this clause, a member would be able to change the par value of its currency, notwithstanding the objection of the Fund, without being considered a violator of its international obligations and without being required automatically to withdraw from the Fund. The consequence would be limited to the member’s immediate ineligibility to use the Fund’s resources, but the Fund could decide to prevent even this consequence. The solution is still interesting as one of the novel techniques of the Articles for response by

Bernard Chadenet and John A. King.

Gold A commentary on their formal, legal, and financial aspects This is the first comprehensive examination of the formal, legal, and financial characteristics of stand-by arrangements. It describes the relation of this novel technique to the law and policies governing the use by members of the Fund’s financial resources. Illustrative stand-by. documents, consisting of the stand-by arrangement itself and the member’s letter of intent which is annexed to it, are provided and analyzed paragraph by paragraph in detail. The book concludes with much reference