The Economics of Public Finance

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Studies of Government Finance TITLES PUBLISHED
Federal Fiscal Policy in the Postwar Recessions, by Wilfred Lewis Jr.
Federal Tax Treatment of State and Local Securities, by David J. Ott and Allan H. Meltzer.
Federal Tax Treatment of Income from Oil and Gas, by Stephen L. McDonald.
Federal Tax Treatment of the Family, by Harold M. Groves.
The Role of Direct and Indirect Taxes in the Federal Revenue System, John F. Due, Editor. A Report of the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Brookings Institution ( Princeton University Press).
The Individual Income Tax, by Richard Goode.
Federal Tax Treatment of Foreign Income, by Lawrence B. Krause and Kenneth W. Dam.
Measuring Benefits of Government Investments, Robert Dorfman, Editor.
Federal Budget Policy, by David J. Ott and Attiat F. Ott. (Revised 1969.)
Financing State and Local Governments, by James A. Maxwell. (Revised 1969.)
Essays in Fiscal Federalism, Richard A. Musgrave, Editor.
Economics of the Property Tax, by Dick Netzer.
A Capital Budget Statement for the U.S. Government, by Maynard S. Comiez.
Foreign Tax Policies and Economic Growth, E. Gordon Keith, Editor. A Report of the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Brookings Institution ( Columbia University Press).
Defense Purchases and Regional Growth, by Roger E. Bolton.
Federal Budget Projections, by Gerhard Colm and Peter Wagner. A Report of the National Planning Association and the Brookings Institution.
Corporate Dividend Policy, by John A. Brittain.
Federal Estate and Gift Taxes, by Carl S. Shoup.
Federal Tax Policy, by Joseph A. Pechman. (Revised 1971.)
Economic Behavior of the Affluent, by Robin Barlow, Harvey E. Brazer, and James N. Morgan.
Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in the United States, by George F. Break.
Studies in the Economics of Income Maintenance, Otto Eckstein, Editor.
Trusts and Estate Taxation, by Gerald R. Jantscher.
Negative Taxes and the Poverty Problem, by Christopher Green.
Economic Evaluation of Urban Renewal, by Jerome Rothenberg.
Problems in Public Expenditure Analysis, Samuel B. Chase Jr., Editor.
Budget Concepts for Economic Analysis, Wilfred Lewis Jr., Editor.
Studies in Economic Stabilization, edited by Albert Ando. E. Cary Brown, and Ann F. Friedlaender.
Consumer Response to Income Increases, by George Katona and Eva Mueller.
Alternative Approaches to Capital Gains Taxation, by Martin David.
The Taxation of Income from Capital, Arnold C. Harberger and Martin J. Bailey, Editors.
Tax Incentives and Capital Spending, Gary Fromm, Editor.
The Payroll Tax for Social Security, by John A. Brittain.
Who Bears the Tax Burden? by Joseph A. Pechman and Benjamin A. Okner.
The Economics of Public Finance, Essays by Alan S. Blinder and Robert M. Solow, George F. Break, Peter O. Steiner, and Dick Netzer.

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  • Studies of Government Finance TITLES PUBLISHED ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Studies of Government Finance xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Analytical Foundations of Fiscal Policy 1
  • The Incidence and Economic Effects of Taxation 117
  • Public Expenditure Budgeting 239
  • Bibliography 343
  • State-Local Finance and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations 359
  • Index of Names 423
  • General Index 429
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