Martin Lopez-Daneri is an Assistant Professor at the Economics Department of Temple University. He received his PhD in Economics at The University of Iowa in 2012. Prior to joining Temple University, he has worked at USC-Dornsife Institute of New Economic Thinking, the Central Bank of Chile, the Ministry of Finance in Argentina (INDEC) and in the private sector. He has also taught in the MBA Program at the IAE Business School in Argentina. His research interests are related to macroeconomics, particularly to taxation and development, and applied econometrics.
Can governments raise much revenue by making taxes more progressive?
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