Theory of Public Finance in a Federal State

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Index
adverse selection, 12, 25, 137, 170, 177
after-tax profit, 36
allocative distortions, 192, 197
altruistic motives, 137
arbitrage behavior, 153
arbitrage condition, 159
asymmetric information, 12, 25, 170
beggar-my-neighbor policy, 24, 105, 193
benefit view, of property tax incidence, 82
benevolent (local) government, 74, 194
bequests, 152
bureaucrats, 74
bureaucratic efforts, 181
capital
efficient net export of, 34
interregional allocation of, 59, 130
interregional tax competition for mobile, 171
market equilibrium, 61
mobility, 3
source-based tax on, 61, 112, 124
tax competition, 66
taxes, 195
capital flight, 59
capitalized value, 185
central government, 14, 66, 146, 173, 185
redistribution, 194
intervention, corrective, 25, 40
transfers, 174
club goods, 90
club theory, 89
coalition, 70
complete information, 199
complete set of tax instruments, 27, 46, 129, 191
congestion costs, 31, 37, 84, 93
constrained efficient allocation, 68
consumption efficiency, 157
consumption possibility frontier, 65, 73
consumption taxes, origin-based, 19
consumption, intertemporal pattern of, 158
cooperation, 66, 71
corporate tax rates, 5
corrective grant, 198
correspondence principle, 22
decay rate, 156
decentralization, 10
decentralized decision units, 70
deficit spending, 21
direct controls, 161
direct household taxes, 195
direct investments, 3
direct tax, 35
direct taxation, 10
discount factor, 86
distortionary taxes, 52, 163
distributional equity, 198
dynastic income, 85
efficiency, 198
efficiency-supporting instrument set, 105
efficiency-supporting tax system, 27, 35
efficient allocation, 191
of a mobile factor of production, 31
efficient grant rate, 69
efficient locational pattern, 22, 27, 191
of individuals across suburbs, 97
emission, 15
emission tax, 25, 161
employment levels, 180

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