Local Government Tax and Land Use Policies in the United States: Understanding the Links

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APPENDIX

10A1 Complete specification of estimating equations

Endogenous variables are in bold.

Dependent variable: Grburden or Grrate (Gr = percentage increase) Gremployment, grpopopulation, grhouseprice, Grincome, Taxprice 1981, Property tax rate 1981, Average home price 1981, Assessment ratio (Grburden only), Percentage of renters 1980, Cook County dummy variable.

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