Table of contents for Handbook of public finance / editors, Jurgen G. Backhaus and Richard E. Wagner.
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1. Society, State, and Public Finance: Setting the Analytical Stage; J.G. Backhaus, R.E. Wagner.- 2. Welfare Economics and Public Finance; R.S. Sobel.- 3. Fiscal Constitutionalism; G. Brennan, G. Eusepi.- 4. Growth in the Real Size of Government since 1970; T.E. Borcherding, J.S. Ferris, A. Garzoni.- 5. Rules, Politics, and the Normative Analysis of Taxation; W. Hettich, S.L. Winer.- 6. Taxation, Production, and Redistribution; R.G. Holcombe.- 7. Public Revenue from Land Rent; F.E. Foldvary.- 8. Debt, Money, and Public Finance; R.E. Wagner.- 9. Regulation by Taxation; A.H. Barnett, B. Yandle.- 10. Taxation, Black Markets, and Other Unintended Consequences; C. Marchese.- 11. Public Enterprise: Retrospective Review and Prospective Theory; S. Hinds, N. Sanchez, D. Schap.- 12. Privatization, Nationalization, and Aspects of Transition; W.S. Peirce.- 13. Social Insurance; H. Grossekettaler.- 14. Redistribution, Poor Relief, and the Welfare State; R.E. Wagner.- 15. Economic Analysis and Efficiency in Public Expenditure; A.A. Schmid.- 16. Local Public Finance; C.B. Blankart, R. Borck.- 17. Federalism and Subsidiarity in National and International Contexts; J.-M. Josselin, A. Marciano.- 18. Fiscal Sociology: What For? J.G. Backhaus.
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