Outline And Explain The Ricardian Equivalence Theorem And Assess The Evidence Bearing On It.

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Due to the existence of permanent income and life-cycle hypothesis, Seater 1993, supports this, however there are critics who challenge the idea of foresightedness and rationality. They believe that agents choose consumption levels based purely upon their current disposable income and are ignorant to future tax burdens...
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Due to the existence of permanent income and life-cycle hypothesis, Seater 1993, supports this, however there are critics who challenge the idea of foresightedness and rationality. They believe that agents choose consumption levels based purely upon their current disposable income and are ignorant to future tax burdens...
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