This paper examines how the composition of tax revenues affects monetary and fiscal policy interactions. To do so, we consider an environment where household’s wage and interest income as well as firm’s profits are taxed. The government follows a Taylor rule and a fiscal rule that links tax revenues to public debt. The fiscal authority also sets the long-run debt to GDP ratio as well as the tax revenue composition.
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