This collection of essays considers the social choice of publicly-financed goods. Each essay analyzes how individuals trade off the benefits of public consumption against the costs of paying income taxes. Heterogeneity of tax burdens when income taxation is proportional drives policy preferences, which determine public policy through majority rule. The essays consider provision of publicly-provided goods in three different political economic settings.This collection of essays considers the social choice of publicly-financed goods.
|Title||:||Fiscal Federalism, Social Mobility, and Poverty Alleviation|
|Author||:||Michael T. Dorsch|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|