The Economics of Public Finance

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Studies of Government Finance
Studies of Government Finance, a special program of research and education in taxation and government expenditures at the federal, state, and local levels supported by a special grant from the Ford Foundation, was undertaken and supervised by the National Committee on Government Finance appointed by the trustees of the Brookings Institution.
Members of the National Committee on Government Finance
HOWARD R. BOWEN Professor of Economics, Claremont Graduate School
ROBERT D. CALKINS (Chairman) President Emeritus, The Brookings Institution
MARION B. FOLSOM Formerly Directorand Management Advisor, Eastman Kodak Company
ERWIN NATHANIEL GRISWOLD Formerly Solicitor General of the United States, and Dean, Law School of Harvard University
ALVIN H. HANSEN Emeritus Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University
GEORGE W. MITCHELL Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System
DON K. PRICE Dean, John Fitzgerald Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
JACOB VINER* Emeritus Professor of Economics, Princeton University
WILLIAM C. WARREN Dean Emeritus, Columbia University Law School
HERMAN B WELLS Chancellor, Indiana University
JOSEPH A. PECHMAN Executive Director

Members of the Advisory Committee
ROBERT ANTHOINE Attorney, Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam and Roberts
WALTER J. BLUM Professor of Law, University of Chicago
E. CARY BROWN Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
JAMES M. BUCHANAN Professor of Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
JESSE BURKHEAD Professor of Economics, Maxwell School, Syracuse University
GERHARD COLM* Chief Economist, National Planning Association
L. LASZLO ECKER-RACZ Formerly Assistant Director, Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
OTTO ECKSTEIN Professor of Economics, Harvard University
LYLE C. FITCH President, Institute of Public Administration
RICHARD GOODE Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund
HAROLD M. GROVES* Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin
WALTER W. HELLER Professor of Economics, University of Minnesota
NEIL H. JACOBY Professor of Business Economics and Policy, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of California at Los Angeles
RICHARD A. MUSGRAVE Professor of Economics, Harvard University
RICHARD RUGGLES Professor of Economics, Yale University
LOUIS SHERE Emeritus Professor of Economics, Indiana University
CARL S. SHOUP Emeritus Professor of Economics, Columbia University and Senior Killam Fellow, Dalhousie University
DAN THROOP SMITH Emeritus Professor of Finance, Harvard University
STANLEY S. SURREY Professor of Law, Harvard University
GEORGE TEITBORGH Formerly Director of Research, Machinery and Allied Products Institute
NORMAN B. TUITE President, Norman B. Ture, Inc.
____________________
*
Deceased

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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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