David Splinter, John Cochrane, Joe Anderson, Richard Anderson, Gerald Auten, Michael Bernstam, Valentin Bolotnyy, Chris Dauer, Tom Church, Juhi Dhawan, Sebastian Edwards, Andrew Filardo, Jared Franz, Alexander Galetovic, Tyler Goodspeed, Paul Gregory, Eric Hanushek, Kevin Hassett, Daniel Heil, Robert Hodrick, Doug Irwin, Greg Kaldor, Hongbin Li, John Lipsky, Robert McCauley, Ellen McGrattan, Ed Nelson, David Papell, Elena Pastorino, Josh Rauh, Pierre Siklos, Abraham Sofaer, Christine Strong, Yevgeniy Teryoshin, Jim Van Horne


David Splinter, Economist at the Joint Committee on Taxation at the U.S. Congress, discussed "Income Inequality in the United States: Using Tax Data to Measure Long-term Trends," a paper with Gerald Auten. John Cochrane, the Rose-Marie and Jack Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, was the moderator.

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Related papers on income inequality and tax progressivity are available at


Topic: Income Inequality in the United States: Using Tax Data to Measure Long-term Trends
Time: April 14, 2021 12:00 PM PT

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