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Topics in public economics : theoretical and applied analysis

Author: David Pines; Efraim Sadka; Itzhak Zilcha
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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The evolving modern world is characterized by two opposing trends: integration and segregation. On the one hand, we witness strong forces for segregation on the basis of nationality, ethnicity, religion, and culture in the former Soviet Union, the former Czechoslovakia, the former Yugoslavia, as well as in Northern Ireland, Spain, and Canada. These forces are quite strong and, in some cases, violent. On the other
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Pines; Efraim Sadka; Itzhak Zilcha
ISBN: 0521561361 9780521561365
OCLC Number: 34746009
Description: xxii, 344 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A "slime mold" model of city formation / Paul Krugman --
The size of regions / Elhanan Helpman --
First and second welfare theorems for economies with collective goods / Vicky Barham and Myrna H. Wooders --
Anonymous pricing in Tiebout economies and economies with clubs / John P. Conley and Myrna H. Wooders --
Decentralization in club economies : how multiple private goods matter --
Robert P. Gilles and Suzanne Scotchmer --
Agglomeration and incentives : some modeling problems / Roger Guesnerie --
Self-financing of congestible facilities in a growing economy / Richard Arnott and Marvin Kraus --
The monopolistic provision of congested public goods / William H. Oakland --
Imperfect solutions to the musical-suburbs problem / John Douglas Wilson --
Nationalism and secession / Daniel H. Berkowitz --
Why is there corporate taxation in a small open economy? The role of transfer pricing and income shifting / Roger H. Gordon and Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason --
Patterns of tax arbitrage and decentralized tax autonomy / Bernd Genser --
Destination- and origin-based taxation under international capital mobility / A. Lans Bovenberg --
Factor mobility, risk, inequality, and redistribution / David E. Wildasin.
Responsibility: edited by David Pines, Efraim Sadka, Itzhak Zilcha.
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The evolving modern world is characterized by two opposing trends: integration and segregation. On the one hand, we witness strong forces for segregation on the basis of nationality, ethnicity, religion, and culture in the former Soviet Union, the former Czechoslovakia, the former Yugoslavia, as well as in Northern Ireland, Spain, and Canada. These forces are quite strong and, in some cases, violent. On the other hand, the European Union and NAFTA represent the tendency for integration motivated primarily by economic considerations (such as gains from trade and scale economies). In fact, these opposing trends can be explained by the concepts developed in modern club theory, local public finance, and international trade.

This volume presents recent development in urban geography, club theory and local public finance, and international trade which contribute to the explanation of these recent opposing trends.

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