Why the Legal System Is Less Efficient than the Income Tax in Redistributing Income

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Title: Why the Legal System Is Less Efficient than the Income Tax in Redistributing Income
Author: Kaplow, Louis; Shavell, Steven

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Citation: Louis Kaplow and Steven Shavell, Why the Legal System Is Less Efficient than the Income Tax in Redistributing Income, 23(2) J. Legal Stud. 667 (1994).
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