Ricardian Equivalence Theory

A commonly misunderstood theory showing that, under very strict conditions and no credit market imperfections, a change in the timing of taxes without changing the total amount taxed will have no effect on an individuals’ consumption choice. Once we understand this theory, and its strict assumptions, we are left with a better understanding of when a change in the taxes will cause a change in consumption.

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