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Modern Public Economics
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xii
  • Part I - Welfare Economics 1
  • Introduction to Part I 2
  • 1 - A Quick Primer on Consumer Demand 5
  • 2 - Perfect Competition and Pareto Optimality 21
  • 3 - Forms of the Social Welfare Function 47
  • Part II - The Theory of Public Expenditure 69
  • Introduction to Part II 70
  • 4 - External Effects and the Market Mechanism 73
  • 5 - The Theory of Pure Public Goods 89
  • 6 - Topics in the Theory of Public Goods 114
  • Part III - The Theory of Taxation 145
  • Introduction to Part III 146
  • 7 - The Effects of Taxes on Savings 149
  • 8 - Taxation and Labor Supply 177
  • Notes 196
  • Appendix 197
  • 9 - The Effects of Taxes on Investment Behavior 199
  • 10 - Taxation and Risk Taking 224
  • 11 - The Theory of Tax Incidence 239
  • 12 - Tax Incidence in Dynamic Models 261
  • Notes 289
  • 13 - Some Results in Commodity Taxation 292
  • 14 - Aspects of Income Taxation 312
  • Appendix 340
  • 15 - Topics in the Theory of Taxation 341
  • Notes 364
  • 16 - Tax Reform 366
  • Part IV - Applied Problems in Public Economics 389
  • Introduction to Part IV 390
  • 17 - Pricing in the Public Sector 391
  • 18 - International Aspects of Taxation 424
  • 19 - Cost-Benefit Analysis 443
  • Part V - Fiscal Federalism 461
  • Introduction to Part V 462
  • 20 - Issues in Fiscal Federalism 463
  • Notes 478
  • Appendix 479
  • 21 - Grants and Taxes in Federal Countries 484
  • Notes 506
  • Problems 508
  • Bibliography 521
  • Name Index 550
  • Subject Index 554
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