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The cost of raising an additional dollar of tax revenue is distributionally weighted in the latter term, while it is unweighted in the former.
In this situation, Mishan's proposal that policy decisions should be both Pareto efficient and " distributionally preferred" becomes apposite.
Moreover, A is said to be distributionally bounded, or simply D-bounded if either (a) or (b) holds, i.
In particular, I constructed a tax reform where the revenue from a mix of environmental taxes is used to lower other taxes in a distributionally neutral fashion.
In this light, {N-} is a prefix, which contrasts distributionally with all object marking in the language, which is suffixal.
Although the regression coefficients reported in Tables 2a-c appear to suggest that, in relative terms, leadership for improvement is the most important predictor of each of the three patient safety culture factors, comparisons between predictor variables are often unfair because one variable may be procedurally or distributionally advantaged (Cooper and Richardson 1986).
Under these assumptions, we developed priority lists of mammal clades that coincide distributionally with filovirus outbreak distributions and compared these lists with those mammal taxa that have been tested for filovirus infection in previous epidemiologic studies.
Our accounts no longer provide empirically and distributionally bounded descriptions of cultures, composed of identifiable elements or items, and they no longer pretend to provide an exhaustive or gross picture of the content of a heritage (Barth 1984: 79).
DISTRIBUTIONAL OUTCOMES Distributionally, we could try to ascertain the size of government by netting people's taxes against the transfers they receive, and then comparing their net taxes to their net benefits from other government policies.
6) To evaluate whether growth is pro-poor (or anti-poor), the PBG measures the extent to which the observed pattern of growth deviates from a distributionally neutral benchmark.
Musgrave (1988) regards this as being an optimal distribution, which can be distinguished from the distributionally neutral (and narrower) concept of benefit finance.

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