Dorian Carloni

University of California, Berkeley

PhD Candidate

525 F. Haas School of Business

Berkeley, CA

United States

Congressional Budget Office

Analyst

Washington, DC

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

Who Really Benefits from Consumption Tax Cuts? Evidence from a Large VAT Reform in France

Number of pages: 78 Posted: 15 Jul 2015 Last Revised: 25 Sep 2017
Youssef Benzarti and Dorian Carloni
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Economics and University of California, Berkeley
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taxation, incidence, redistribution, restaurants, VAT

Who Really Benefits from Consumption Tax Cuts? Evidence from a Large Vat Reform in France

NBER Working Paper No. w23848
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 25 Sep 2017
Youssef Benzarti and Dorian Carloni
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Economics and University of California, Berkeley
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Geographic Mobility of Liquidity Constrained Unemployed Workers

Number of pages: 65 Posted: 30 Nov 2015
Dorian Carloni
University of California, Berkeley
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What Goes Up May Not Come Down: Asymmetric Incidence of Value-Added Taxes

NBER Working Paper No. w23849
Number of pages: 103 Posted: 25 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 01 Mar 2021
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley, Government of the Republic of Finland - VATT Institute for Economic Research and University of Helsinki - Department of Political and Economic Studies
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Do Prices Respond Differently to Increases and Decreases in Consumption Taxes?

Posted: 29 Sep 2015 Last Revised: 22 Sep 2017
Youssef Benzarti and Dorian Carloni
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Economics and University of California, Berkeley

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taxation, incidence, redistribution, asymmetry